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About Peter Pogodin

I am proud to be a part of CENTURY 21 Sweyer & Associates, a locally owned and operated company with offices in Southeastern North Carolina. CENTURY 21 Sweyer & Associates' real estate experts have been serving Southeastern North Carolina since 1987. CENTURY 21 Sweyer & Associates features some of the area's top training for agents; relocation assistance for clients new to the area, and a professional marketing department that can aid you in selling your property.

Being a part of the CENTURY 21® system, I belong to a network of over 119,000 professionals who take pride in what they do and specialize in real estate services to local communities around the world.

Understanding your personal goals and needs is at the heart of my dedication to you. I look forward to discussing your real estate needs with you.

Peter Pogodin
Century 21 Sweyer & Associates

Century 21 Sweyer & Associates

Peter Pogodin



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