Loan origination schemes make FBI’s Top 10

Regulations have left in their wake originators who have been legitimately working hard with consumers to get qualified buyers into homes

by Tim Turner

Published: August 21,2011

Tags: loan originators, mortgage fraud

As onerous as the new regulations in place may seem to loan originators, an alarming number seems to justify them. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Mortgage Fraud Report, of the Top 10 Prevalent Schemes per FBI cases opened for fiscal year 2010, an astounding 62 percent of them involved loan origination schemes. The […]

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