California Real Estate Fraud Report

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Tracy Man Pleads Guilty in Mortgage Fraud Case

Reginald Dodson Sr., 42, of Tracy, California, pleaded guily on Mar 18  to mail fraud charges for his role in a mortgage fraud conspiracy.

Dodson was a loan office for W.B. Financial and assisted the real estate agents in getting financing for three properties, for which kickbacks were received without the knowledge of the lending institutions.

According to prosecutors, Sacramento real estate agent Buena Marshall allegedly used Temika Reed, 32 of Bay Point, to act as a straw buyer to purchase seven properties. Another woman, Suisun City real estate agent Deborah Loudermilk, 55, was an agent on two of the real estate sales.

The scheme involved inflating the sale prices of the properties (appraisal fraud), using 100% percent financing (never a bright idea for lenders), with the extra money being allocated supposedly as cash back to the buyer (Reed).

Read the original article in the Stockton Record.

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