Monique Bryher is a licensed real estate broker who sells real property in Los Angeles. She is also a writer, blogger and the founder, publisher and sole contributor to the Internet publication California Real Estate Fraud Report.
Monique has a long-term interest and experience with fraud investigations. In the mid-1990s, she discovered the field of electronic evidence, then in its infancy, now commonly referred to as “computer forensics.” Monique trained alongside law enforcement both in computer forensics and white-collar crimes, culminating in her being awarded the prestigious CFCE (Certified Forensic Computer Examiner) designation from IACIS. She advised and consulted for civil litigation attorneys and volunteered with several law enforcement agencies until the mid-2000s.
It was at the encouragement of real estate attorneys and several of her former colleagues in law enforcement that prompted her to research and write this book.
Prior to her career in real estate, Monique was a consultant in the medical and banking information technology fields for 29 years.
Monique earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics, minoring in statistics and a Master of Science degree in Public Health (information systems), both from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), from which she also earned a paralegal certificate.
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How to Commit Short Sale Fraud . . . and Get Away with It
by Monique Bryher
Approx. 31,560 words.
Published on February 11, 2012.
This book is an exposé into the dark side of the real estate industry that the banks, crooked real estate licensees and their cheating clients want to hide from you. These special interests are profiting enormously from distorting property values while the federal government does absolutely nothing to prevent it. Read how short sale fraud works and how to stop it now.
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