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Title Fraud Resources

Avoiding real estate related fraud starts with education. Being aware of the red flags is the first step in protecting yourself from this growing financial crime. Check out what you need to know and how to stay ahead of the criminals. If you suspect you have become a victim, call law enforcement or a real estate attorney right away. Not sure? Give us a call.

Title Fraud

when a party uses a forged deed to sell or transfer property that does not belong to them

Property Fraud Alert

Register your name or business for free and receive alerts when anything is recorded in those names.
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Wire Fraud

using an electronic device or wire communication to defraud one or more people

Call Before Sending

Always call the known number to verify wiring instructions before initiating a transfer.
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Listing Fraud

a party falsifying information to defraud another party in the purchase or sale of a property

Verify with Photo ID

Request photo ID and a selfie when dealing with remote, digital-only sellers to confirm identity.
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Mortgage Fraud

any type of misrepresentation relating to property or potential mortgage loan

Double-check w/originator

Notifications that your mortgage has been transferred should be double-checked with current company.
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