Analysts company "Inkom-real estate" were rating the risks and the most common fraud schemes when buying apartments in the secondary market. fake Documents
Sale apartment under a false passport remains the most common fraud schemes . At the same time over the years and increase the degree of protection documents improved manufacturing technology fakes : current fraudulent schemes involve solid investments , serious technical training and extensive collusion . Modern scammers no longer rely on naive customers and good luck.
Fraudsters can also attract as owner housing frontman - in this case the documents are genuine and the seller is very similar to their owner . A further scenario is predictable : the real owner of the property upon registration of the transaction applies to the court for invalidation , and bona fide purchaser loses the acquired property .
Serious danger fraught and specify in the contract of sale incomplete project cost.
"Buyer Seller amenable to persuasion , not wanting to pay 13 % tax on profits , and the parties prescribed maximum nontaxable amount - one million rubles. If you do not take the owner a receipt for the rest of the money , the risk in this case is no longer a noble cause and becomes folly : an unscrupulous seller may challenge the transaction as bonded "- explains Shlomo .
Collusion former owners
Collusion seller of real estate with its former owner is also not uncommon today in the housing market . The scheme is simple - the latter refers to the court to recognize the transaction as invalid on the grounds that the current dealer ( once the buyer ) has not fulfilled its obligations. For example, the payment is not made in full.
Victims in such a chain is bona fide purchaser , who may lose housing.
Still relevant are the risks associated with participation in the deal people - patients and neuropsychiatric drug treatment clinics .
"In this case we use a proven and effective means of prevention - we see that the participants in the transaction are not registered in HDPE and PP , getting them help of these institutions ," - said Shlomo .