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Real estate professional Phil Roper applies his energies to his successful commercial real estate sales and residential and commercial property management company, Whittle & Roper, Inc. Realtors. A licensed real estate broker, and with more than 30 years’ real estate experience, Mr. Roper’s credentials include Certified Real Estate Appraiser, Certified Residential Specialist, and Realtor Institute graduate. As a facet of his education, Phil Roper studied Principles of Real Estate at Richard Bland College in Petersburg, Virginia, and Real Estate Appraisal, Law, and Brokerage at Mosley Flint School of Real Estate in Virginia.Mr. Roper displays his real estate knowledge, including the title of Registered Apartment Manager, in his work with his property management and real estate sales company. Whittle & Roper manages residential houses, condominiums, and apartments in the Tri-City or Appomattox Basin area of Virginia. Phil Roper’s firm assists property owners who want to lease properties. With expertise in property management and knowledge of rental laws, his firm helps owners with services, including screening residents, providing vendors with preferred pricing for supplies, and accounting.Offering comprehensive commercial real estate sales, Whittle & Roper Realtors performs commercial purchases, sales, and leasing throughout Central Virginia. Clients rely on him and his team when searching for land and buildings for sales and for lease.Phil Roper maintains an active community profile. Certified by the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Economic and Community Development, he employs his professional skills to serve rural Virginia residents. With eight years of perfect attendance at the Rotary Foundation, he is past Chairman of the foundation and Chairman of International Services. He lives in Richmond, Virginia, with his wife and son. 

Work experience

Oct 1983Present


Whittle & Roper Realtors


East Carolina University

Mosley Flint School of Real Estate

Richard Bland College