Salt Lake City, Utah / February 15, 2006 / Press Release --
Mention the words
mortgage fraud and the name Sheri Fitzpatrick is sure to pop up
somewhere in the conversation and for good reason. Fitzpatrick a
licensed Utah Realtor®, teaching instructor and the originator of facilitating
Mortgage Fraud Town Hall Meetings in Utah is also a dedicated mother of three.
hours she works closely with lenders and their fraud divisions to
liquidate assets involved in mortgage fraud. She also assists Utah families facing
foreclosure by educating them to common pitfalls families face in
working with foreclosure rescue scam artists that often lead to
different areas of fraud such as identity theft.
But by and large it
has been Fitzpatrick’s work to stop mortgage fraud that has caught the
attention of Attorney General’s around the nation. Her working with the
FBI led to the creation of several public services announcements that
addressed mortgage fraud and in her role as CEO of Perfect Home Living a
company she created after being victimized by a Utah mortgage fraud
enterprise, has led to countless speaking engagements to address the
issue of mortgage fraud.
But its her latest
accolade in a long list of achievements that seems to bring a woman that
often commands center attention humbly forward. It was announced
that Fitzpatrick would become a nominee for Realtor® of the Year for the Weber North Davis Association of Realtors®
in northern Utah.
“When you take that
oath as a REALTOR® there can be so many different interpretations as to
what that really means,” said Fitzpatrick. “To me there’s a sense of
pride, integrity and a client allegiance that makes being a REALTOR® such
a privilege. And I am truly honored and humbled to be nominated for
such an esteemed title as REALTOR® of the year,” she added.
Utah ranks fourth
in the nation for mortgage fraud preceded only by Georgia, South
Carolina, and Florida. To learn more about Sheri Fitzpatrick’s efforts
to combat mortgage fraud please visit her online at:
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