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Over four years, Carolyn Grant almost pulled off a $14 million real estate Ponzi scheme that preyed on Raleigh’s highest earners and other powerful people.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area has been hit by con artists forging the signatures of deceased residents on deeds to gain ownership and flip properties for profit.
Rental scams are on the rise, & Coloradoans are top victims. New data from the Better Business Bureau shows Colorado has the fourth most rental scams per capita.
Renters, beware! Real estate rental scams are on the rise, and in growing cities like Austin, con artists can take advantage of a hot real estate market.
Homes in Houston were illegally taken and sold in a real estate scam that preyed on residents for six years, selling 70 homes and making millions of dollars.
Arizona’s real estate scam history started back in the 19th century when the Baron of Arizona attempted one of the largest land grabs in U.S. history.
A couple in Arlington, Ohio, fell victim to an online real estate scam in which con artists copy and repost listings to trick prospective renters into sending deposits.
Local real estate investor, Darren Berg, succeeded in defrauding investors for $120 million in what became the biggest Ponzi scheme in Washington state history.
In the 1980s, real estate group New Frontiers almost got away with a $2M mortgage con by targeting low-income, inexperienced buyers in the Keystone State.
The Yazoo Land Scandal will go down in history as one of the most egregious real estate scams, setting in place protective legislation that is still used today.