• No matter what type of loan you need, we're with you every step of the way.
  • Let us be the stepping stone to the home of your dreams.
  • Refinancing is easy with our professionals' help.
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Your Florida, Georgia & South Carolina  

 Premier Mortgage Lender 

CTC Mortgage is your one stop shop for all your home financing needs. We offer home loans in Florida, Georgia & South Carolina for both purchase and refinancing. Getting started is easy, simply contact us via telephone or fill out the "Apply Now" form to speak to a qualified mortgage professional and find out what your best Florida mortgage rate and loan program that is customized for your financial needs.  

Home Purchase  

 Have you been looking into purchasing your own home? Whether you have done it before or are a first time home buyer, getting a home loan in Florida  Georgia or South Carolina requires a professional to guide you through the proccess. CTC Mortgage Company offers multiplle home loan opportunities for home buyers.   

Home Refinancing 

  We also offer many mortgage refinance opportunities to help you get a lower mortgage interest rate and monthly payments, pay your home off faster or get cash out of the equity in your home. Regardless of your reason to refinance, CTC Mortgage will provide you with the best mortgage rate possible for your unique situation.  

Your Local Home Loan Experts  

CTC Mortgage offers a team of experts to help you with your home financing needs in the states of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. We are Conventiently located in West Palm Beach, Port Saint Lucie, Gainsville, GA and Myrtle Beach. We understand that purchasing a home is one of the greatest financial decisions made in your lifetime, and whether you are seeking to buy or refinance we will help you every step of the way throughout the mortgage process. It’s easy to get started, simply fill out the “Apply Now” form above or call one of our mortgage loan offices to get all of your home financing options. 

                    CTC will customize Your loan program:

 Home Purchase Loans Available: 
* 5% Down Payment (Conventional )
* FHA (3.5% down - 580+ Credit Score)
* VA (Veterans) 100% Financing
* USDA (100% Financing)
* Florida Jumbo Loans :                 10% Down payment
* Non-Warrantable Condos OK!
* Reverse Mortgage (Age 62+) 
* Condo-Tel Mortgages
* 203K Rehab Mortgages

* Construction To Permanent 

* Piggy Back 2nd Mortgages

 Home Refinance Loans Available:
* Lower Your Monthly Payment

* Cut Years Off your Mortgage
* FHA Streamline Refinance
* VA Streamline Refinance
* Home Improvement Loans
* Reverse Mortgage: (Cash Out)
* HARP Programs (Unlimited LTV)
* Debt Consolidation
* Self- Employed Programs
* Cash Out Mortgage  

* Foreign Nationals:    Primary/2nd Home/Investors

                                                                                   Contact Us to Learn More:

Info@CTCmortgage.net

(800) 610-3570 X112  

  

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