States and metro areas known for being risky when it comes to mortgage fraud seem to be repeat offenders, according to the 2011 Annual Mortgage Fraud Risk report released by Interthinx. share of.
After remaining steady in the first quarter of the year, the Interthinx Mortgage Fraud risk index rose again in the second quarter, climbing about 7 percent over the three-month period.
Interthinx FraudGuard is a comprehensive, decision support tool designed to quickly and accurately identify risk in mortgage transactions.. Leveraging public, private and proprietary data sources, the FraudGuard platform helps lenders identify potential fraud risk and errors in mortgage applications, comply with regulations, improve the application review process through greater speed.
The risk of mortgage fraud jumped by 12.4 percent on an annual basis in the second quarter, the seventh consecutive quarter in which it has increased. CoreLogic said its Mortgage Application Fraud.
Agoura Hills-based Interthinx® has just published its 4th quarter 2009 report on the risk of mortgage fraud. For those who live in California, the bad news is that the Golden State has been rated as the highest state for the risk of mortgage fraud, followed by Nevada (a previous 5 quarter winner, just nosed-out by California in the latest survey), Arizona, Florida and Colorado.
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Interthinx, an Agoura-based firm that specializes in risk mitigation solutions for the financial services industry, has just released its annual Mortgage Fraud Risk Report. The report covers data and trends by analyzing loan applications processed in calendar year 2012 by its Interthinx FraudGUARD® system. According to the 2012 report, the interthinx annual mortgage Fraud Risk Index increased.
Interthinx National Mortgage Fraud Risk Index Shows High Fraud Risk in Florida admin – November 26, 2012 – Leave a comment The Mortgage Fraud Risk Report is an Interthinx information product created by an internal team of fraud experts.
Interthinx has released its annual Mortgage Fraud Risk Report , which highlights some of the most significant mortgage fraud risk trends based on analysis of loan applications processed in 2011 by the Interthinx FraudGUARD ® system. According to the annual report, the Employment/Income Fraud Risk Index rose 14 percent during 2011 and has been on an upward trend for more than two years.