RE/MAX Properties Opens New Location On Shallowford Road

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

RE/MAX Properties hosted a grand opening celebration of its new location at 6024 Shallowford Road, Suite 100.  

Over 300 guests enjoyed the event featuring the RE/MAX hot air balloon. Guests were also entertained with live music and catered food. RE/MAX Properties' new location is in Friars Branch Crossing Business Park.  

RE/MAX Properties has 32 agents who offer professional real estate services for the Chattanooga market.  RE/MAX Properties also offers ancillary services within their office. Platinum Financial Funding assists buyers with mortgages and refinancing. Alliance Title provides title insurance and closing services.  Amerity Financial offers financial planning services.

“We were thrilled to host our clients and colleagues at our new location.  We look forward to the rest of a wonderful 2013,” said Beth Brock Dodson, affiliate broker

 “Our affiliation with RE/MAX Properties continues to grow and we are excited about the business relationship,” said Karen Bovell, president of Alliance Title. 

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