Reports of Suspected Mortgage Fraud Rise in South Florida, Everywhere Else
FinCEN spokesman Bill Grassano said while institutions have gotten "better at spotting what looks like monkey business," much of the rise can be attributed to more widespread proliferation of ripoffs.
There's a lot more data to sift through, but I know you don't want to read it all at once. Expect more later this week.
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