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Rodney Niles
ERA Platinum Brokers
3800 Lakewood Dr
Phenix City, AL 36867
Phone:
334-291-1234
Mobile:
706-681-9426

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I am pleased to bring you a site where you can search for any properties in Phenix City, Columbus, Ft. Benning, Auburn, Opelika, and all of the surrounding areas. I am a life long resident of the Phenix City area. As an Owner/Broker of ERA Platinum Brokers, and a past president of the Phenix City Board of REALTORS® I have advanced to be one of the top REALTORS® in the area. I have done this through knowledge of my field, hard work in everything I do, and dedication to my clients. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me at any time. Also, if there is a property that you would like more information on, don't hesitate to ask. I look forward to hearing from you.

 

 


I am a full time, full service Real Estate Agent. Please feel free to contact me any time by phone at 706-681-9426 or email at nilesrod@aol.com. You may also contact my assistant Steven Colbert at 706-691-7187 or by email at steven.colbert@yahoo.com at any time.

 

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