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Reuters

In mortgage fraud frenzy, China's banks face a hidden danger
Reuters
Gravity-defying Chinese property prices have spawned widespread home-loan fraud as buyers fear missing out. Real estate agents and banks are party to the scam.

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HousingWire

Fugitive charged with defrauding Wells Fargo in $9 million mortgage fraud scheme
HousingWire
Napoleon Olarte, a long-time fugitive believed to be in Venezuela after fleeing the U.S. approximately eight years ago, stands accused of participating in a mortgage fraud scheme that defrauded Wells Fargo out of $9 million. Earlier this week, a ...


Times Herald-Record

KJ man gets prison in mortgage-fraud case
Times Herald-Record
A Kiryas Joel man was sentenced to 18 months in prison and ordered to forfeit $1.2 million to federal authorities on Monday for his role in a mortgage-fraud operation in which prosecutors had charged 15 people in all, most from the same extended family ...


Credit Union Times

FIs Hit by $30 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme
Credit Union Times
A New Jersey attorney and a real estate agent were charged with allegedly running a massive mortgage fraud scheme that caused more than $30 million in losses for at least five financial institutions, according to a criminal complaint filed last week in ...


The Real Deal Magazine

Daniel Melamed | Mortgage Fraud | Eric Schneiderman
The Real Deal Magazine
The notorious New York landlord who was previously convicted of illegally evicting tenants pleaded guilty on Monday to charges including mortgage fraud, grand larceny and forgery as part of a scheme to falsify loan documents and collect money from the ...

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Mortgage Professional America

Longtime fugitive indicted over $9 million mortgage fraud scheme
Mortgage Professional America
A federal grand jury has indicted a longtime fugitive for his alleged part in a $9 million mortgage fraud scheme that targeted Wells Fargo bank. Forty-year-old Napoleon Olarte is said to have conspired with two other people, Jose Calle and Nancy ...


RPT-UPDATE 2-Smaller cities drive China's new home prices in Nov, defying curbs
Reuters
Central bank data last week showed household loans, mostly mortgages, rose to 620.5 billion yuan ($93.89 billion) in November from 450.1 billion yuan in October, according to Reuters calculations. While monthly price rises peaked in September 2016 at 2 ...


Mortgage app fraud risk levels off, except in Texas and Florida ...
National Mortgage News
While the nationwide run-up in mortgage loan application defects appears to have slowed, instances of fraud remain on the rise in Texas and Florida. The First American Loan Application Defect index remained unchanged for the second straight month in ...

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