Sound Familiar? Extreme home takeover: dubious deeds used to scoop up properties

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Sound Familiar? Extreme home takeover: dubious deeds used to scoop up properties

Sound Familiar? Extreme home takeover: dubious deeds used to scoop up properties

I think we have seen this before…oh yeah and then there was a $25 Billion Dollar Settlement!

Miami Herald-

Scavenging the remnants of South Florida’s housing crisis, a partnership called Presscott Rosche appeared to gobble up almost three dozen foreclosed homes in Miami-Dade County last year. The company is currently listed as the owner of 12 homes worth about $3.5 million, according to the Miami-Dade property appraiser.

But this seemingly thriving business is, in many ways, an illusion. The name of the company’s agent listed in state records is fake. So are many of the deeds the company has filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court to stake its claim to more than 30 houses and condos, a Miami Herald investigation has found.

The company has gained control of these homes — renting them out to unsuspecting tenants, in some cases — by filing dubious deeds and documents filled with legal-sounding jargon and shoddy punctuation. The author of many of these documents calls himself an “attorney in fact,” though he is not, in fact, a licensed attorney in Florida.

[MIAMI HERALD]

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One Response to “Sound Familiar? Extreme home takeover: dubious deeds used to scoop up properties”

  1. What is so different about these evil doers than it is what the banks are doing? The big banks are stealing millions of homes in all price ranges.

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