How to cut mortgage fraud risk

November 2016
Money Marketing (Online Edition);11/25/2016, p1
The article suggests measures to reduce mortgage and financial services fraud risks. Measures suggested include lender engagement with data feeds about mortgage applicants, hiring of quality, experienced and trained underwriters, use of technology to support manual decision-making, and practice of the principles of transparency and disclosure.


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