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Mortgage Fraud Statistics Are Bogus

An article in today’s issue of the Los Angeles Daily News reports that mortgage fraud declined by 41% in 2010. The article further explains that the numbers are “based on confirmed cases of fraud reported to the (LexisNexis Mortgage Asset Research) Institute by lenders and others in the mortgage industry.”

Below is my commentary on this report:

This mortgage fraud index is a faulty statistic. It is 100% dependent on reporting by lending institutions, which were the originators of much of the mortgage fraud that occurred. One might just as well ask foxes for an accurate count of the chickens in a hen house. All the lenders have to do is “report” less fraud and voila! – there is “less” fraud.
I know personally that the fraud departments of the major banks are extremely resistant to taking reports and evidence of mortgage fraud; they just don’t want to be bothered.
Read the original article in the Daily News.

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