Fort Benning | U.S. Military Relocation Network

Fort Benning | U.S. Military Relocation Network
Fort Benning
    Fort Benning
    Muscogee County, GA 31905

Magnolia Realty's Fort Benning PCS Specialist Bob Slocumb (334) 246-0770
Magnolia Realty's Fort Benning PCS Specialist Bob Slocumb (334) 246-0770


Meet Magnolia Realty's Fort Benning PCS Specialist Bob Slocumb

The Magnolia Realty team understands the demands of their military clients and are dedicated to your best real estate interests whether you are buying or selling your home! Our team members know that Military Relocation can be complicated, but they makes it simple to understand. After all, your home is one of the biggest investments that you will make.

PCS Experts
If you are moving to the area and desire immediate assistance, please give the Magnolia team a call at (334) 246-0770. Our team members are an excellent resource for Military Families PCSing to Maxwell-Gunter AFB or Fort Benning, with extensive knowledge of the Auburn, Opelika, Auburn University & Lee County Area and the desired ability to understand and interpret their clients needs while assisting them in their home search. We have a unique insight into the process and how it can be streamlined to cause your family the least amount of stress. You can reach us by calling the Magnolia office at (334) 246-0770 or by sending us an email.

Military Relocations can be complicated. The Magnolia Realty Team truly understands all aspects of PCSing. They have helped countless military clients not only sell homes locally and from afar, but also purchase real estate "sight unseen" from across the U.S. and overseas. They are experienced & prepared to assist you no matter where you are located, and are happy to be your Maxwell-Gunter AFB or Fort Benning "Sponsors"! As your REALTORS, the Magnolia team will dedicate themselves to your best real estate interests whether you are selling or buying a new construction home, existing home, condo, townhouse, or land.

Magnolia Realty's Fort Benning PCS Specialist Bob Slocumb
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Bob Slocumb's Blog
  • Color Revival
    Follow through with the 70's styling making a comeback, by painting your room one of these swell colors!

  • Falling for Fall decor!
    By now you've seen pumpkin flavored goodies popping up, time to spruce up your home to match!
    Plenty of ideas at this link below, something for every home!

  • Shabby Chic
    These sweet ideas will turn any rental into a cozy, temporary home!

  • Do Good
    This idea is amazing, what a wonderful way to make a difference, a small idea with a big impact! Everyone deserves a home.

  • Shine Bright Like...Copper
    Friends or family staying over this big football/holiday weekend?

    If you need a bit more storage room, this simple and space saving DIY would be perfect!

    Quick trip to the hardware store and some elbow grease and you'll be able to kick back and cookout just in time!

    Fort Benning News
  • CHAPLAIN'S CORNER: April showers brought by higher powers
  •       There is a 100 percent chance of downpours in this Chaplain's Corner from Chaplain (Capt.) Myron Christopher Byles, 1st Squadron, 16th Cavalry Regiment.
  • WHINSEC students analyze historic strategic bombing application at aviation museum
  •       Fifty-six students from the Army Command General and Staff College (CGSOC) at the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) visited the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base April 11, 2018, near Warner Robins, Georgia.
  • U.S. military must develop all-domain defenses, Mattis, Dunford say
  •       WASHINGTON -- If a nation wants to challenge the United States conventionally, that nation will lose.
  • Inaugural Best Mortar Competition takes Soldiers back to basics
  •       The 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, at Fort Benning, Georgia, concluded the inaugural Best Mortar Competition April 17, 2018.
  • Fort Benning hosts Lacerda Cup combatives tournament for first time in eight years
  •       The 2018 Lacerda Cup, an annual all-Army combatives tournament, concluded when the 3rd Cavalry Regiment from Fort Hood, Texas, won the team championship event April 17, 2018, at Fort Benning, Georgia.