Craig Winston

Loan Officer
NMLS # 1510231
State Lic MD #1923

Craig S. Winston joined the Rosenblatt Group at Academy Mortgage in 2016, and has been providing his customers with excellent service since 2001.

With over fifteen years of experience in the mortgage industry, he is well versed in various loan products, such as FHA, VA, Conventional, Jumbo, Foreign National & Reverse Mortgage loans. He works with a full range of borrowers and specializes in working with First Time Home Buyers, FHA loans and Reverse Mortgages.

Purchasing a home or refinancing an existing home, can be very exciting and a bit stressful. Craig’s experience with the mortgage process allows him to guide the consumer to the result they are looking for in a smooth and professional manner. First time or seasoned mortgage applicants, can rely on his integrity, ingenuity and service for a custom tailored mortgage transaction.

He eagerly accepts new challenges and takes pride in making home-ownership possible . Many things have changed in this industry, but his sincere commitment to providing exceptional service to his clients and his agents most certainly has not.

Craig was born and raised in Baltimore, MD, where he currently resides with his wife Hilary and their 2 children Hailey and Cole. He received his B.B.A in Finance from Emory University.

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