Learn to Avoid Mortgage Fraud

By
Real Estate Agent with Home In The Carolinas Realty

As a real estate agent, I devote extra attention to issues facing struggling homeowners.

But any homeowner should know that the FBI has reported a 400 percent increase in mortgage fraud cases from five years ago. Sadly, some people are praying on those who need help the most.  

If you or anyone you know is going through a mortgage-related transaction, there are some "red flags" to be aware of. I created a report on my website that gives examples of what fraud cases the FBI has been noticing.

Please send anyone here who needs this free information.... www.Carolina-Foreclosure-Alternatives.com  

If you have any questions about mortgage scams, or if anyone you know needs legitimate, professional help with avoiding foreclosure, please don't hesitate to contact me.

I'm here to help.

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Respectfully,  

 Jim McGuire

Home In The Carolinas Realty

"Serving our client's needs with care, integrity and passion while delivering trust and peace of mind"

Realtor - NC & SC

CDPE: Certified Distressed Property Expert

Cell # 704-497-2224

Fax# 704-717-5772

Jim@HomeInTheCarolinas.com

www.HomeInTheCarolinas.com

www.Carolina-Foreclosure-Alternatives.com

 By the way, when you come across someone that is looking to buy a home, sell a home or invest in real estate be sure to call me! I appreciate your referrals!

 Please click the following link, trying to raise awareness to find a cause and a cure!  http://www.alsa.org/

Jeremiah 29:11-13


Comments (1)

Barb Fischer
Big Block Realty - La Mesa, CA
San Diego and La Mesa Real Estate

Some scams are initiated by the banks themselves, with 2nd lien holders "asking" buyers to pay off the balance outside of escrow.

Mar 10, 2010 02:22 PM