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Motto Mortgage Reports $1.1B in 2019 Loan Volume

Phil Hall
Feb 21, 2020
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Denver-headquartered Motto Franchising LLC has announced that its Motto Mortgage network of offices closed more than $1.1 billion in loan volume last year.
 
The company, which is a member of the RE/MAX Holdings Inc., has more than 100 offices in over 30 states, employing 238 loan originators. Motto added that it helped more than 5,000 households achieve homeownership in 2019.
 
“Closing more than $1 billion in loan volume is a major milestone for any mortgage company,” said Ward Morrison, president, Motto Franchising. “The fact that the Motto Mortgage network of offices were able to accomplish this in only three years showcases the momentous success of the Motto Mortgage brand. More importantly, the closed loan volume represents the families across the nation that loan originators in the Motto Mortgage network served in 2019. I am proud of our franchisees and look forward to continued momentum in the years ahead.”

 
 

 
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