Chicago developer sentenced for loan fraud

In Chicago, a notoriously corrupt city, attorney Robert Lattas admitted his role in a $22.9 million mortgage fraud. Most mortgage fraud featured on this site deals with making a quick buck and riding into the sunset. That wasn’t the case in this deal, where Lattas sent knowingly fraudulent pricing and documents to banks to help push through.

Financial Institution/Mortgage Fraud News.. Former Roseville Developer Sentenced to Over Four Years in Prison for $22 Million Fraud.. and selling Chicago properties. Read More. Press Release.

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A Chicago real estate lawyer pled guilty to bank fraud in Illinois federal court Friday, admitting his role in a $22.9 million mortgage fraud scheme centered on selling condos in a downtown high.

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Two Suburban Developers And An Attorney Among Six Defendants Charged With Mortgage Fraud . CHICAGO- A federal grand jury returned a 25-count indictment yesterday charging six defendants with devising and participating in a mortgage fraud scheme which caused more than $16 million in losses to banks, mortgage lenders, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac.

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MADIGAN: CHICAGO MAN SENTENCED TO SIX YEARS FOR CRIMINAL MORTGAGE LOAN MODIFICATION FRAUD. Chicago – Attorney General Lisa Madigan announced a six-year prison sentence for a Chicago man who stole more than $350,000 by preying on desperate homeowners seeking to avoid foreclosure.. warren jackson, 44, of Chicago, pled guilty to criminal mortgage rescue fraud before Cook County Circuit Court.

CHICAGO – A federal jury today convicted the president of a Chicago real estate firm on fraud charges relating to a $105 million line of credit for city and suburban properties, including a former Goldblatt’s Department Store on the North Side and the Streets of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg.

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Law360, Chicago (June 6, 2014, 2:28 PM EDT) — Warren Barr III, the Chicago real estate developer indicted last month for allegedly running a $23 million mortgage fraud scheme, failed to appear.