Interthinx: Mortgage fraud risk rose in 4Q14

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The analysts at Interthinx. released Monday, its risk indices for employment/income fraud and identity fraud in mortgage applications have both jumped more than 20 percent over the last year. Sales.

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 · *Fraud Is On The Rise Again* **The Trend Is Troubling** *** Interthinx has released its annual mortgage fraud report, which highlights some of the most significant mortgage fraud risk trends based on analysis of loan applications processed in 2011. According to the report, the Employment/Income Fraud Risk Index rose 14 percent during 2011 and has been on an upward.

The report, which tracks overall and type-specific mortgage fraud risk, provides an in-depth analysis of fraud risk from specific ZIP codes at state and national levels. The fourth-quarter report indicates that fraud risk in Chicago’s ZIP code 60621, which has been the riskiest zip code in the United States for three consecutive quarters, may have driven risk higher for the entire city.

According to the annual Mortgage Fraud Risk Index, released by Interthix, the risk index increased from 2011, reflecting a rising trend in mortgage fraud risk. Read on for more from the report.. Mortgage fraud risk up in 2012, says Interthinx . Industry News,