Mortgage Fraud Can Ruin your Life. Our Lawyers Won’t Let That Happen
Few things can be more devastating to your life and finances than involvement in a mortgage fraud case. If you’ve been defrauded, you could potentially be out hundreds of thousands of dollars – maybe more. And if you’ve been accused of fraud, you could be looking at jail time and a reputation that may never recover.
Here’s where we come in.
If you’re a victim of fraud, we’ll do everything in our power to set things right. And if you’ve been accused of fraud, we’ll stand by you and protect both your finances and your reputation. Either way, we’ve got your back – and that won’t change.
If You’re Looking For A Fraud Settlement
Buying or selling a house will likely be the most important – and expensive – transaction you’ll ever make. That means it will hit extra hard if you’re targeted by a scammer. Some signs you’ve been defrauded include:
- Frequent ownership changes of a property
- Information about a property or buyer/seller is proven false
- The sale makes references to a double escrow or HUD-1 form of some kind.
- Inconsistent reports of income from a buyer or seller
Don’t worry! Our real-estate professionals are specialized in cases like yours. If anyone can get you compensation, it’s them.
If You’ve Been Accused of Fraud
Is someone trying to take you to court for mortgage fraud? Don’t panic. Contact us for a consultation, and we’ll help you get your affairs in order – and build a case against your accuser.
If You Don’t Win, You Don’t Pay A Cent
If you’re seeking compensation for mortgage fraud, you’re already out a hefty sum of money. We’re not interested in taking more. Our consultations are completely free, and we won’t charge you a cent if the case goes to court – all we ask is a small contingency fee based on the settlement.