“FinCEN offers a unique analytical perspective on mortgage fraud because of our position at the intersection of law enforcement and the financial industry. This perspective will help both constituencies assess the risks to the financial system from their points of view. From this special vantage point, FinCEN has a line of sight into suspicious financial activities across the nation to identify trends and patterns that may not be visible to an individual financial institution or industry, or apparent at the local or even regional level. While the Bank Secrecy Act is most often associated with its considerable power to thwart money launderers, FinCEN intends to continually improve our expert analysis of BSA data to provide early warning to the nation of incipient trends of fraud or other criminal abuse of the financial system.”
-FinCEN Director James H. Freis, Jr., before the Mortgage Bankers Association’s National Fraud Issues Conference (Las Vegas, Nevada; March 16, 2009)
- Mortgage Fraud SAR Data Tables by State, Urban area and County
- Suspected Mortgage Fraud (Including Quarterly Written Reports)
- Suspected Money Laundering and Fraud in the Residential Real Estate Industry
- Suspected Money Laundering and Fraud in the Commercial Real Estate Industry
- Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (Reverse Mortgages)
- Mortgage Fraud Cases Supported by FinCEN Filings
- Foreclosure Rescue Scams & Loan Modification Fraud
- Multi-Agency Crackdown Targeting Foreclosure Rescue Scams, Loan Modification Fraud
- Other Resources
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