California Real Estate Fraud Report

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Surprise! Real Estate Fraud in Orange County

An Orange County real estate broker, her former boyfriend and his brother are accused of using straw buyers to fraudulently purchase 35 properties, six of them in Kern County.

Kathy Chen, 48, a real estate broker in Westminster, Richard Salgado Gonzalez, 59, and his brother Daniel Gonzalez, 56, have been arrested and charged with 154 felony counts, among them conspiracy, grand theft, attempted grand theft, forgery, recording false documents, elder financial exploitation and identity theft, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s office. Chen, who owned Chen Financial, KC Realty and SBC Financial, and her co-conspirators are accused of using straw buyers to purchase 35 properties fraudulently.

Read the Full Article in the Bakersfield Californian.

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