Real Estate Fraud Attorneys in Riverside
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Despite the recent slowdown in the real estate market, investors remain
eager to get in on the potential for huge profits. Sky-high property values
have encouraged a variety of types of real estate fraud.
Are you are a mortgage or real estate professional accused of participating
in a real estate investment scheme? Are you a homebuyer charged with making
false statements on a loan or credit application?
If you have been accused of any type of real estate fraud, it is important
to retain a Riverside real estate fraud defense lawyer who understands
sophisticated real estate transactions and lending practices.
Contact the real estate fraud defense attorneys at Blumenthal Law Offices in Riverside
today. We offer a no-charge consultation.
Proven Fraud Defense
Our real estate fraud defense attorneys have successfully defended clients
charged with all types of real estate fraud, including:
- Selling or leasing property that one does not own
- Selling a property-secured investment, but failing to record the deed
- Encumbering a property for more than $100,000
- Using straw buyers to qualify for credit
- Engaging in identity theft to qualify for credit
In Real Estate, Honest Mistakes are Easy to Make
Because real estate transactions are so complex, often people charged with
real estate fraud are upstanding citizens who may have made honest mistakes.
Our legal team includes an investigator who is a certified fraud investigation
specialist and an attorney who once prosecuted white collar crimes such
as real estate fraud for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.
We are well equipped to represent clients in the most sophisticated real
estate investment fraud cases. Whether you are charged in state or federal
court, we know how to find the holes in the prosecution's case and
how to minimize the negative consequences to you.
Contact Blumenthal Law Offices in Riverside, California, for a no-charge consultation.
We get results for clients facing real estate fraud charges.