I have been studying the interwoven web of the Mortgage Field Services Industry for several years now. As you get towards the bottom of the story you are in for a HUGE eye opener if you study the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Contract R-ATL-02006 for the HUD M&M 3.5. For years I have preached the gospel of Anti Trust and Sherman Act (definitely open this link). Yesterday, the US Department of Veterans Affairs telegraphed that the days of the Shell Game are coming to an end.
Washington, DC—(ENEWPSF)—December 16, 2013. A former repair contractor of a Florida property management company was sentenced to serve time in prison for his participation in a wire fraud scheme related to housing repairs made under a contract between Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the Department of Justice announced today.
Now, Ocwen may pretend that they are in the blind, but I wager differently. My opinion so I could give two shits what they think. With that said, though, the meat of the story is that Contractors spun up Companies to pretend to be different than they themselves.
“By paying kickbacks in exchange for contracts to companies they secretly owned or with which they were affiliated, the conspirators created the illusion of competition while illegally steering contracts to themselves,” said Bill Baer, Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division. “Today’s sentencing reaffirms the Antitrust Division’s commitment to prosecuting schemes that undermine competition in the VA Mortgage Guarantee Program.”
An analyst looks at an inordinate amount of data and then draws connections from that data. Same thing the National Security Agency does each and every day. Below, you will see graphics and information drawn from Corporation Wiki. This is the first layer of what I have; the remainder of the data sets I did not include as they might be premature.
Now, I am not stating that anyone below is criminally involved in anything. What I am saying is that Douglas Road in Miami along with Juan A Sanchez (a lawyer) comes up frequently in this singular data set. Sanchez and Miami also appear in multiple data sets I have constructed which could be simply coincidence.
Maybe Miami is a great place to do business. Maybe Sanchez is a damn good lawyer. That would explain everything.
National Home Management Solutions, LLC filed as a Florida Limited Liability in the State of Florida filed on Thursday, January 29, 2004. This corporation is
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