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By: Joe D.
CTC Mortgage Company, LLC
I recently closed on a house in Cresswind at Lake Lanier in Gainesville, Ga. The Mortgage Company was CTC Mortgage and my contact was John Craig at Cresswind. Home closings are always of a concern, especially with the unexpected. Yes, there is a lot of signing of documents, but a lot of it was done over the Internet and was handled at home. John explained each document before my signing. Also the loan rate that I received was very competitive with other lending institutions. I will have to say it was a very smooth experience and I highly recommend CTC Mortgage and John Craig.
By: S R.
CTC Mortgage Company, LLC
John of CTC mortgage was very helpful in obtaining a loan on our home. We walked us through all the information that we needed.And did a lot of waiting until I had all the papers that were needed.He was easy to work with.
By: Keith F.
Altitude Funding
I'm just trying to reach them to find out how much more I owe, but hey... surprise... no answer! I am reporting them to the Division of Consumer Affairs, FL Dept of Business & Professional Regulation as well as Legal Affairs w/i the Fl State Attorney General's Office today by 08/15/14 @ 11:30 AM unless they return all the money they have STOLEN from me over the last 2 years!
By: Peter L.
CTC Mortgage Company, LLC
We just closed on our new place at Cresswind at Lake Lanier in Gainesville, GA.Our experience with CTC was very pleasant, professional and made quite easy with the help of your representative, John Craig. Everything went smoothly, while John kept us apprised of everything we needed to know and do throughout the whole process. Would highly recommend CTC services and John Craig.
By: bankunitedrecovery
Altitude Funding
One of the worst collectors ever employed by my employer. A bunch of thugs really. I'm surprised they don't call up and threaten to break customer's legs. Sell your most difficult debt to them I suppose. A few dollars are better than none.

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