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About Rose Marie Marshall

Rose Marie Marshall, Realtor, Military Relocation Professional (MRP),  Seller Representative Specialist (SRS)  is licensed in Georgia and South Carolina.  She holds a BA in Social Sciences from University  of California, Irvine. 

Through her extensive experience, Rose Marie uses her wide range of market knowledge in successfully working with both buyers and sellers in the Fort Gordon, Augusta and Columbia County areas.  

Rose Marie and her husband, Jim Marshall, are very involved with their family, church and community and she has served  as an ambassador for the  Columbia County Chamber of Commerce and is also a graduate of Leadership Columbia County.  

Rose Marie's husband served in the Marines and both sons were in the US Army at Fort Gordon.  

Put Rose Marie's expertise to work for you by contacting her at  706-564-2179 or emailing

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