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5670 Whitesville Rd , Columbus - GA 31904
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About Angie McManious

Buying and selling homes is stressful from the decision you make to do it until the last box is unpacked. BUT – that does not mean you cannot lessen that blow dramatically! Perhaps the biggest object of stress in the process is selecting the realtor you will utilize the talents of – whether buying or selling; you want a realtor you can trust. Someone who will work hard and negotiate in your favor with the knowledge and resources that are necessary for today's market. That is exactly who I am – My name is Angie McManious and I am a hardworking, knowledgeable, and strong negotiating realtor. I want to be YOUR Dream Real Estate Trustee!!!

I utilize the latest technologies, market research, and business strategies to exceed your expectations. More importantly, I listen and that means I find the solution that is tailored to your needs. Anyone can hire a Realtor- But I want to be your Trustee. I want to show you how a personal life-changing transaction SHOULD feel – professional, seamless, comfortable, and RIGHT. There should not be red flags, fear, or worries of the process or outcome – and all of those things are taken care of with a high level and experienced Realtor. I am a true Trustee and NO ONE will negotiate for your needs as diligently, persistently, or as tenaciously as I both can and will!

I have the credentials people WANT to see and more! I am a lifelong resident of Harris County and know these areas and surrounding areas like only a TRUE dedicated local would. I also know the market trends proficiently as I have had the unique ability to see how our county has changed over the years and through all types of markets. I am licensed in both Georgia and Alabama, and a member of the NAR. I am also involved in my local county trying to make it better every day as a member of our Chamber of Commerce. I genuinely care about my area and that care is reflected in the service I provide as a Realtor – Not only do I want to find you the RIGHT home, I want to make sure it continues to be so!

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Coldwell Banker Kennon, Parker, Duncan & Davis

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