Posts Tagged ‘Fraud’
Weekly Roundup: ‘Insane’ market, rising prices, pronounced seasonality, surging sales, wasted electricity, 65,000-acre Quebec spread. . . more!March 8, 2013
It’s a scam.
And scams rear their ugly heads all too often in the world of real estate.
Mortgage fraud won’t surprise you as one kind of scam. In the good old days when lenders were all too happy to provide liar loans, few were the self-employed individuals and their lenders who didn’t inflate income.
Then there are the real estate brokers, lenders and appraisers who conspire (more…)
Weekly Roundup: Manhattan sales pace up, condo prices rise, inventory is tight, rates hit another new low, consensus on recovery is developingMay 18, 2012
Depending on news volume, this Friday feature may not–but probably will–return before Jan. 7. Please do check back between now and then for occasional posts.
Meantime, here’s your chance to catch up with real estate developments included to inform, enlighten and perhaps even entertain you. To read about The Big Apple, check out another of today’s three posts.