Technology exposes real estate fraud

Focuses on borrower identity, property characteristics

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Dive into the latest Technology affecting RE, July 17, 2018

A convicted felon once told MARI’s Bill Matthews that he never would go into a bank’s branch office because he feared employees might recognize him. Instead, he preferred the less personal telephone to commit fraud.

Now, the Internet takes that depersonalization a step further.