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By Morton J. Grabel
Attorney at Law 

Real Estate Fraud; don't laugh, it could happen to you


Last updated 7/1/2018 at 10:40pm

Real Property Crooks operate profitably in the complex world of real estate sales and loans. These crooks use false representations, fine print and obscure procedures to steal the equity in your home or to commit loan fraud. If you believe you have been cheated in real property scam, you should immediately contact a real estate lawyer and the district attorney's office. Here are a few of the more prevalent scams.

1. Foreclosure Bailout Scam: victims are lured by the promise of help for those who are "upside-down," (owe more on their home than it is worth). These homeowners are usually desp...

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