Mortgage Fraud

How to Report Mortgage Fraud

Mortgage fraud wreaks havoc on the housing market and the people who buy, sell or own commercial and residential property. If you become aware of mortgage fraud, it's critical that you immediately take steps to report it. Blowing the whistle on mortgage fraud can bring significant rewards to the whistleblower.

At the Whistleblower Law Firm, our experienced attorneys are prepared to answer all of your mortgage fraud questions. Contact our attorneys or call us at 1-866-558-4259 to schedule your free, confidential consultation to discuss mortgage fraud.

Steps for Reporting Mortgage Fraud

Mortgage fraud is a broad term encompassing a variety of illegal actions, including:

  • Preparing false purchase agreements
  • Violating federal or state regulations to qualify to buy, sell or own a home
  • Selling a home to a fake buyer
  • Participating in a foreclosure scheme to defraud homeowners in default
  • Appraising a home for more than it is worth

Depending on whether there is a state or federal mortgage law providing the whistleblower protection, the steps for reporting business fraud may differ. In general, however, it is always best to contact an attorney who can guide you through the process of filing a claim for mortgage fraud.

Contact National Whistleblower Attorneys

Contact the Whistleblower Law Firm or call us at 1-866-558-4259 to schedule your free, confidential consultation to report mortgage fraud. Our whistleblower lawyers represent clients throughout the U.S.

We understand that mortgage fraud is complex and often requires significant resources to fully understand whether mortgage fraud is occurring. With more than 200 years of combined experience fighting corporate wrongdoing and fraud, we aren't afraid to go after the largest mortgage companies in the U.S.