Morton is a city in Lewis County, Washington, United States. The population was 1,126 at the 2010 census. Morton was first settled in 1871 by James Fletcher. It was later named after Benjamin Harrison's Vice President, Levi P. Morton, in 1889. Morton was officially incorporated on January 7, 1913. Historic sources of revenue included logging, harvesting of cascara bark, and mining for cinnabar in local mines. Morton was once known as the "tie mill capital of the world" in the 1950s. The longest railroad tie dock in the world ran along the railroad tracks east of Morton.
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You may have heard the phrase that “90% of real estate transactions are handled by 10% of the agents”. While personally selling real estate, the leader and mentor to the highly successful Burger Professionals brokers, Doug Burger, ranked in the over 99.95 percentile in the nation for real estate transaction volume. His dedication to being among the best of the best is now a philosophy shared by any real estate broker chosen to be part of this unique real estate firm. The number of brokers is limited, by design. Only the most dedicated professionals are invited to work at Burger Professionals.
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