The Impact of New Anti-Money Laundering Intiatives on Real Estate Transactions


Because of the large dollar values involved in real estate transactions, the real estate industry has long been identified as being vulnerable to money laundering and, more recently, terrorist financing. Recent changes to federal money laundering laws already affect real estate brokers and salespeople, and will shortly come into affect for real estate developers. Kyle Wilson reviews these requirements and the impact on both brokers and developers.

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Published In: Criminal Law Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

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