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Protect Your Identity From Mortgage Fraud

 

Identity theft can play a role in mortgage fraud crimes on the final closing documents of a real estate transaction. Suppose an unscrupulous broker lures buyers or sellers with common first and last names. By omission or tampering, the deletion or addition of a middle name or initial can change who is applying for a loan or transferring a title.
 
Compare your closing paperwork against earlier draft versions, in the company of a mortgage fraud attorney, if possible. Pay special attention to ensure that your name appears exactly as it does on your legal ID. If an error seems suspicious, contact a real estate lawyer right away.
 
If you believe you have been a victim of mortgage fraud, complete our short questionnaire for a list of qualified real estate attorneys in your area.

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