January 25, 2016

July 14, 2015

Hector Hernandez, a Miami-area real estate developer and owner of the mortgage company Great Country Mortgage Bankers, pleaded guilty to a mortgage fraud scheme involving federally insured mortgages that caused losses of $64 million to the Federal Housing Administration (FHA).  Specifically, while most of Great Country’s potential borrowers did not qualify for the FHA-insured loans, Hector Hernandez and his business partner, Aleida Fontao, directed Great Country employees to falsify important documents in the potential borrowers’ loan applications to make them appear qualified.  DOJ

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