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Mortgage Fraud

Our Farmington Hills Defense Lawyers Protect Metro Detroit Residents and Mortgage Professionals from Charges of Mortgage Fraud

The government is starting to investigate mortgage fraud more carefully and has been catching up with individuals who may have committed fraud years ago when the real estate market was booming. The government is also going after people that have unlawfully deferred their mortgage under the CARES act. Individuals that have benefitted by filing fraudulent applications for forgiveness of loans, are also at risk. It is only a matter of time the government will catch up with all of these individuals. 

At the Law Offices of Raymond A. Cassar, P.L.C., we understand the impact a charge of mortgage fraud can have on you or your business. We have over three decades years of combined criminal defense experience and have helped buyers, brokers, and appraisers in the Detroit area with their mortgage fraud concerns.

Our Firm Has Over 35 Years of Experience Defending Against Charges of Mortgage Fraud

As well-respected mortgage fraud defense lawyers, we understand the entire process and will explain every step to you. We conduct thorough investigations and carefully review the voluminous amount of paperwork to protect our clients against allegations of fraud.

We utilize our professional negotiation skills to minimize your consequences, including reducing the number of excessive fines. You can rely on our honest and upfront representation to show you how all your options will affect you.


Contact Us Today

Time is critical when facing any criminal charge. To protect your rights and build the best case, you need the right team to help guide you through the legal hurdles set up to take your money, reputation, and freedom. Call us today, and we will help you fight back.

(248) 855-0911
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We Explore Every Option When Defending You Against a Mortgage Fraud Charge

There are many ways an individual can commit mortgage fraud:

  • Misstating income to obtain a larger loan
  • Filing W2 forms falsely
  • Having inaccurate house appraisals done
  • Creating false sales to obtain refinancing
  • Providing false information anywhere during the application process
  • Fraudulent applications for forgiveness of loans due to COVID-19

While real instances of mortgage fraud do occur, many of our clients have been found to have committed simple mistakes or have been caught up in a third parties attempt at fraud. Whether you are part of a lending institution, small mortgage company or appraisal agency, know how to build a solid case for your criminal defense white-collar crime charge.