Monday, May 17, 2010

Best Practice: Mortgage Fraud Investigations

The news from the real estate sector has been grim for months: both foreclosures and mortgage fraud are at all-time highs. Because these intertwined problems have reached crisis proportions they are threatening the stability of entire neighborhoods, making the search for effective responses a priority not only for bankers and real estate brokers but also local governments, police departments, prosecutors’ offices, and community groups.

Here is a new report that may help your investigators or any intelligence missions concerning mortgage fraud. It is entitled "A Full Response to An Empty House: Public Safety Strategies for Addressing Mortgage Fraud and the Foreclosure Crisis".



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