RE/MAX Posh Properties and Motto Mortgage joint office now open in Kyle

The ribbon-cutting was held Nov. 8. (Courtesy RE/MAX Posh Properties)
The ribbon-cutting was held Nov. 8. (Courtesy RE/MAX Posh Properties)

The ribbon-cutting was held Nov. 8. (Courtesy RE/MAX Posh Properties)

RE/MAX Posh Properties and Motto Mortgage ATX held a grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting at their new joint Kyle office, 22510 I-35, on Nov. 8. Motto Mortgage, which is owned by RE/MAX Holdings, has companies across the U.S., including dozens in Texas. RE/MAX Posh properties was founded in Austin as Posh Properties in 2010, joining RE/MAX five years later. 512-476-7674. www.poshpropertiesaustin.com
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