Cole Taylor Bank, owned by Taylor Capital Group, Inc., has several offices in the Chicago metropolitan area and provides retail banking and mortgage products.


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They took in almost 10,000 mortgage applications in 2011 according to Federal Reserve System data. That equated to almost $2.5 billion in volume which was more than double that of 2010.

Their website says, “Whether you’re shopping for your dream home or just dreaming about refinancing your current one, Cole Taylor Mortgage offers superior lending options and unparalleled service. Our loan officers take the time to thoroughly understand each borrower’s unique needs – they’ll make you feel right at home. Let us help you make your dream a reality.”

Ina recent press release, they “surprised 75 of its customers last month by giving them a “pot of gold” in honor of St. Patrick’s Day: a month’s free mortgage payment. One lucky customer will receive free mortgage payments for a year. The lucky winners’ names were drawn at random on March 18, 2013, from the company’s over 40,000 mortgage servicing customers.”

We are depending on you, our readers, to let us know what you think of their mortgage rates and service. Input a comment below and give us your thoughts.

Website and Phone Contacts


Phone: (847) 653-7978

Ratings and Complaints

The BBB reports “1 complaint closed with BBB in last 3 years | 1 closed in last 12 months” with an A+ rating as of 4/13. This is for their headquarter location and includes the entire bank not just the mortgage division.

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