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Real Estate Fraud in LA & OC

If you are the victim of deceitful real estate and mortgage brokers in California, the experienced lawyers at McFarlin, LLP can fight on your behalf to ensure that the perpetrators are held responsible. Real estate fraud is one of the most prevalent, yet unnoticed crimes, in the country that can have devastating financial consequences for the victims. Let our firm protect your rights through our dedicated counsel and strong litigation skills. You may be able to recover money for the financial damages you have suffered.


Call (949) 570-5025 to speak with a real estate lawyer about the best possible solution for your situation. We offer our services at an affordable price and handle many types of cases on a flat or contingency fee basis.


Are You the Victim of Real Estate Fraud?

When purchasing a home, business or other type property, it’s understandable that most people must rely almost entirely on their agent or broker to lead them in the right direction. Unfortunately, that puts most people in a very vulnerable position. Real estate fraud occurs when a person knowingly misrepresents the facts in order to take advantage of another individual.

Real estate fraud can happen at any point during the transaction process. In order to prevent fraud or uncover fraud, it is strongly advised that you speak with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney at McFarlin, LLP. We can help you understand your legal rights and take the appropriate steps to fix the situation.

Common Types of Real Estate Fraud

In general, real estate matters can be highly complicated, making it even easier for creative and dishonest individuals to take advantage of others and cover their tracks. In fact, many victims do not even realize that they have been cheated out of thousands or even millions of dollars until years later.

Some of the more common types of real estate fraud include, but are by no means limited to, the following:

Title Transfer

Victims of foreclosure fraud may be misled into signing over the title to their home to a supposed foreclosure consultant who promises to rent the property back to owner.

Phantom Help Scam

A company promises to help a homeowner avoid foreclosure by negotiating with the bank, but doesn’t actually do anything.

Bait and Switch

The victim is misled into signing documents without knowing that he or she is actually signing over the transfer to his or her home.

Mortgage Fraud

A realtor or broker provides dishonest interest rates, unfair payment terms, or misleading contracts.

False Credentials

A person who claims to be a real estate agent or broker without credentials.

Fraudulent Listing Agreements

Failing to adhere to California’s numerous laws regarding how a property can be listed.

Protecting Victimized Homeowners

Real estate fraud is more than unfair and dishonest, it is illegal. Let McFarlin, LLP represent your case to ensure that you achieve the best possible outcome. In some situations, fraud victims are eligible for financial compensation for the losses they have suffered.

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