Robert Shumake, Mortgage Fraud Victim, Generates Public Awareness; what to do to avoid being a victim of Mortgage Fraud
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The US Federal Bureau of Investigation reports mortgage fraud as one of the fastest growing white-collar crimes in the United States. Robert Shumake, real estate and finance expert never dreamed he would be the victim of mortgage fraud.
Robert Shumake attempted to sell a house that he purchased and rehabbed; he
found out that someone had “stolen” the property and removed his name
from the title with a fraudulent quit claim deed! The new owner had
moved into the home and took out building permits to work on the
Shumake had no idea it would take him two and half years and nearly
$60,000 in legal fees to resolve the matter. Mortgage fraud is hard to
prove with signed agreements and documents in place and recorded. It
is possible to spend thousands of dollars and still not get your
The sad part is that almost anyone can be a victim of mortgage fraud,
even a real estate industry professional like Shumake, who is the
owner of Inheritance Capital Group in Southfield, Michigan. Mr.
Shumake’s company manages and develops real estate. Robert Shumake
experience led him to join with Michigan state officials to launch a
mortgage fraud task force to aid victims of mortgage fraud and promote
consumer awareness and prevention.
Robert Shumake has written articles to help generate public awareness; read his blog at http://mortgagefraudalertmichigan.blogspot.com for more information.
Inheritance Capital Group, Inc
25900 West 11 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48034
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