Sarah Palin a Victim of Mortgage Fraud?
The conservative celebrity invested in a company that paid $1.7 million for an Arizona home with a title tainted by the so-called "robo-signer" scandal, during which mortgage companies failed to properly document to an analysis done by a mortgage fraud examiner in Massachusetts.
Palin confirmed last week that she was part of a company that bought a five-bedroom house in Scottsdale, Ariz., in May. But records on the property compiled by the fraud examiner shows that at least two fraudulent signatures were involved in refinancing and foreclosure transactions on the property in the years before Palin's company purchased it, possibly raising questions about the legality of the sale.
Read the full story at The Huffington Post.
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