Flipping Frenzy.com

Real Estate and Mortage Fraud, news and information

Linked with The Federal Loan Modification Law Center Online FLM.

FlippingFrenzy.com is your source for news, information and commentary about Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud. Launched in the fall of 2005, FlippingFrenzy.com has quickly become one of the leading online resources for following the crusade to spot, stop, and report real estate fraud. Using this site, homeowners and real estate industry professionals alike can learn about the latest efforts in the fight against Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud, which the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) now calls one of the fastest growing white collar crimes in the United States today … (about us 1/2).

Sitemap;
About Our Founder, Ralph R. Roberts, CRS, GRI; About fraud; Articles; Media and News; Our blog;
Suspect fraud: click in the left column of each page on the link; Recognising fraud; Report a fraud; Links;
Contact for media /press inquires; Ms. Lois Maljak, Ralph Roberts Realty, 67775 Van Dyke, Washington Twp, MI 4809, Phone: 586.751.0000, Fax: 586.752.8959, her e-mail;
Address Flipping Frenzy.com: 67775 Van Dyke, Washington, MI 48095, USA, (Tel/Fax at the bottom of each page);
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About us 2/2:  FlippingFrenzy.com features many valuable tools and resources, including:

  • The Flipping Frenzy Blog: Authored by noted writer, speaker, trainer, author, and REALTOR® Ralph R. Roberts, CRS, GRI, the Flipping Frenzy Blog is one of only a handful of blogs covering the Real Estate Fraud and Mortgage Fraud space. Whether you’re interested in summaries and recaps of the latest Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud proceedings from around the United States and elsewhere, or alerts focusing on the latest real estate scams, the Flipping Frenzy Blog is the place for you. Click here to read the Blog. 
  • Fraud Reporting Center: If you suspect that Real Estate or Mortgage Fraud has victimized you, or if you are a real estate industry professional who suspects fraud has occurred in your area, please use this section of our web site to report it now! Click here for more information.
  • Tips for Avoiding Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud: Years of research and fighting the good fight have gone into our growing list of ways to avoid real estate and mortgage fraud. Click here to see for yourself.
  • Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud Links: No one web site can possibly cover everything there is to know about Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud. That’s why we’ve created the most comprehensive list of links for both homeowners and real estate industry professionals alike. Click here for more information.
  • In-depth Articles: Our founder and leader, Ralph Roberts, has written many interesting articles about Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud. Click here to read about the latest trends and issues impacting the fight against fraud.

If you think that banks and big government are the only ones hurt by Real Estate and Mortgage Fraud, think again. Real estate fraud is not a victimless crime. Hardworking people lose their homes to scam artists who promise quick cash payments with no risk. Unwitting ‘marks’ must cope with ruined credit scores that make it impossible to secure any kind of financing for decades. Entire communities are dotted with vacant houses that drain the town’s tax base and lower real estate values. Real estate fraud has grown to more than $1 billion annually, according to the FBI. We think that’s just the tip of the iceberg!

Link: The Federal Loan Modification Law Center Online FLM.

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