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Posts Tagged HUD fraud

One For The Record Books – Fannie Mae Settles Ponzi Scheme Case

Once upon a time, nearly a decade ago, the Federal National Mortgage Association – Fannie Mae – filed suit against a Brooklyn based mortgage company, Olympia Mortgage. When the complaint was filed in 2004, the real estate market was red hot, Fannie Mae was a privately owned company and few imagined the coming housing market [...]

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Whistleblower Leads To Fed Probe Of Prominent Miami Developer

Many federal investigations begin with a complaint from a concerned employee or citizen; a whistleblower. From a story in today’s Miami Herald, it appears two whistleblowers are behind the federal investigation of Carlisle Development Group and its CEO, Matthew Greer. Until now, both the company and Greer had spotless reputations. Press reports say the feds [...]

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Net Branch Office 101 (How NOT To Get Sued For A Violation Of The False Claims Act)

by Brian Mahany For those not in the mortgage industry, a “net branch” is a branch office of a mortgage company. The branch usually keeps all the income from loans originated within the branch, less the lender’s administrative or overhead fees. Many mortgage industry professionals like them because it allows folks to quickly open a [...]

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Breaking News: Lloyds Bails on Allied Home Mortgage

by Brian Mahany By now, most of our readers and many in the mortgage industry know that we have the largest federal false claims action in the U.S., HUD’s $2.4 billion case against Allied Home Mortgage and CEO Jim Hodge. We have proudly represented former Allied employees who didn’t get paid and the American taxpayers [...]

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HUD Challenges Marketing Services Agreements

by Brian Mahany Because we represent homeowners, mortgage company employees and sometimes the interests of taxpayers (federal false claims act cases), we see new frauds and shady deals in the lending industry just about everyday. Some, like forged documents and phony appraisals, are pretty obvious. Others such as sham “marketing services agreements” are tougher to [...]

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Foreclosure Abuse – Law Firm To Pay $4 Million!

by Brian Mahany We are not big fans of the large mortgage lenders and servicers. MERS (Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc.) is pretty far down on our list too. But besides from being overworked and often not returning calls for weeks, we don’t have too many bad things to say about the law firms that [...]

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Net Branches – Recipe for Mortgage Fraud

by Brian Mahany Mortgage net branches – they are everywhere. If set up properly they help people get into the mortgage business with low start up costs. The benefits include access to a national network, more products and more lending lines. Customers get better rates while independents can enter the business without millions in start [...]

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Think You Have A Good Mortgage Fraud Case?

by Joe Bird Many serious cases of fraud are not readily discernable. That should come as no surprise – those perpetrating the fraud spend much time and energy concealing it and convincing their victims that all is right with the world. Sometimes it is as hard to see, as is another planet in another galaxy [...]

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Citi Admits Fraud, Is Allied Next?

by Brian Mahany Readers of Due Diligence know that we are partnered with the government in the largest federal false claims act case in the country against a mortgage company, our $2.4 billion fraud case against Allied Home Mortgage. Although our case remains pending in a Manhattan federal court, today Citigroup announced it would pay [...]

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Now that they know they bought $849 billion in fraudulent securities, what is the Fed going to do about it?

[ Ed. Note: The following is reposted in its entirety. It was written by entrepreneur / MBA / attorney Charles Seavey.  I reprinted this from a discussion group in LinkedIn. In the article, Charles talks about the hundreds of billions in bad mortgage debt held by the the Federal Reserve. He advocates going after those [...]

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