Tag Archives: property fraud

6/10/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Housing Wire – Former employees accuse Colorado mortgage company of widespread mortgage fraud

From BT.com – Property hijacking scam: how fraudulent tenants can sell off your home

From Mortgage Orb – Report Shows That 68% Of Loan Defects In 2016 Were Related To TRID

From Market Watch – Mortgages are unaffordable in half of America’s largest housing markets

From American Banker – FHA condo rules will help millennials in housing market, Carson says

6/1/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From PR Newswire – $655 Million Worth of Homes to be Built Using the First Real Estate Token on Blockchain

From Santa Fe New Mexican – Lawsuit faults title insurance oversight in New Mexico

From Nevada Business – Covering Your Assets: Commercial Real Estate Title Insurance in Nevada

From eNews Channel – Simplifile eRecording Network Now Available in 15 Midwestern, Western U.S. Jurisdictions

From RD News Now – Federal housing agency beefing up ability to detect mortgage fraud, CEO says

5/10/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Courier News – Secretary of State approves new electronic notary

From Portage Daily Register - Vital Columbia County records, now on microfilm, to be digitized

From CNN Money – Good luck buying a home in this hot housing market

From The M Report – The Pros and Cons of Trump’s Tax Plan on the Housing Market

From Housing Wire – Feds seek fugitive who fled after being convicted in $16 million mortgage fraud scheme

5/6/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From Times Union – Consumers pay property title insurance fees that support kickback system, state says

From Insurance Journal - Proposed New York Regulations Crack Down on Title Insurance Industry

From National Mortgage News – Getting ready for the new GSE rules for uniform closing dataset (UCD) delivery

From Yahoo Finance – RMail Empowers Real Estate Professionals to Speed Closing, Meet Compliance Requirements, and Prevent Cyberfraud

From Tampa Bay Times – After prison term for Tampa Bay mortgage fraud, he’s back in business

4/29/2017 – TODAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

From West Virginia Record – Homeowners accuse property seller, mortgage company of fraud

From Fox 25 - Former Edmond property manager gets 18 months for fraud

From Lima Ohio – Legal-Ease: Patience, title insurance pay off in the long run

From Housing Wire - Old Republic title insurance “far outpaced” last year’s earnings

From Philly – The real estate market is hot. Does that necessarily mean you should buy?

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