Alterra Home Loans Review

I like to go over a few things about Alterra Home Loans, I went to two master loan companies you may know of “ Axia Home Loans “ and “ Mann Mortgage “ both very large companies. | Both based on my credit I can be approved, both I provided everything they needed and again I can be approved based on credit, bank funds, etc but both said the same thing based on how the taxes was done “ by Anthony P“ they can’t find a way to approve the $430k loan amount and the reason is how you set up the taxes for me. | Anthony P, you told me was based on my credit which is not true! is based how Alterra Home Loans setup our taxes using my credit as an cover up, I asked both companies above to write me a legal letter if these findings with proof which I have on hand now on top of emails from of the tax preparing questions plus pre-approval letter from you not just one but two pre-approval letters. | I guess the question is because how they prepared my taxes and is not based on credit, how you plan to approve this loan? We have $5k in EDM, after speaking with our lawyer all both companies based on all three sources came to it that taxes your prepared for me from Alterra Home Loans has me and my family set to fail and a lost of $5k. | You been warn, if you get any type of loan from Alterra Home Loans!

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Name: Alterra Home Loans

Country: United States

State: Nevada

City: Las Vegas

Address:

Phone: 877-845-4805

Website: goalterra.com/

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