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The hunt for dirty money in Miami real estate is working — and will continue, feds say


The federal government says its hunt for dirty money in luxury real estate in South Florida and other high-priced housing markets is working — and the temporary initiative is being extended yet again. Since 2016, the U.S. Treasury Department has mandated ...


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Development in downtown Miami has boomed since the housing crash thanks to a flood of money from foreign investorsNot all of it is clean, prompting heightened scrutiny from the federal government C.MGUERRERO cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com Development in downtown Miami has boomed since the housing crash thanks to a flood of money from foreign investorsNot all of it is clean, prompting heightened scrutiny from the federal government C.MGUERRERO cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com jQuery(document).ready(function () { mi.leadAssets.init(); }); Real Estate News The hunt for dirty money in Miami real estate is working — and will continue, feds say By Nicholas Nehamas And Kevin GHall nnehamas@miamiherald.com khall@mcclatchydc.com LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Reddit Print Order Reprint of this Story $(document).ready(function () { mi.articleShareTools.init({ nextLinkedin: '8564', nextPinterest: '8630' }); mi.socialSharingScroll.init(); }); March 21, 2018 03:15 PM The federal government says its hunt for dirty money in luxury real estate in South Florida and other high-priced housing markets is working — and the temporary initiative is being extended yet again. Since 2016, the U.STreasury Department has mandated that secretive shell companies buying luxury homes with cash in certain areas disclose their true owners to the government The anti-money-laundering initiative began in Manhattan and Miami-Dade County — to the protests of South Florida politicians — and has gradually been expanded to other areas in Florida, New York, California, Texas and HawaiiDrug dealers, corrupt officials, money launderers and other criminals often buy expensive real estate to legitimize dirty cashThey use shell companies — which don’t have to disclose their owners — in order to keep their identities hidden, frustrating law enforcement agents and sometimes stopping investigations dead in their tracks. Anti-corruption advocates have called for the disclosure rules to be made permanentThe flood of foreign money — most of it clean — pouring into markets like South Florida is partially blamed for rising home prices. jQuery(document).ready(function () { mi.renderNewsletterIframe.init({ container: '#newsletter-signUpWidget', url: 'http://x.email.miamiherald.com/ats/url.aspx?cr=663&wu=218' }); }); Never miss a local story. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. SUBSCRIBE NOW jQuery(document).ready(function () { mi.calltoActionCtrl.init(); }); The temporary orders, issued by a Treasury agency called the U.SFinancial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), are known as geographic targeting orders, or GTOs. “The GTOs issued to date have provided FinCEN and law enforcement important information about money-laundering vulnerabilities in the real estate sector,” Stephen Hudak, a FinCEN spokesman, wrote in an email Wednesday“GTOs are a valuable tool and FinCEN is extending the current GTOs to continue studying this vulnerability.” This marks the third time the GTO has been extendedBut unlike previous announcements, FinCEN this week issued no news release or other information publicizing the decisionThe rules have been met in the past with skepticism from the powerful real estate industryPresident Donald Trump is a former real estate developer and still holds a stake in his family company, the Trump OrganizationThe Trump administration recently appointed Kenneth Blanco, a former South Florida federal prosecutor and longtime Department of Justice lawyer, to lead FinCEN. Semantic approach is to add css styling --> President Donald Trump is a former real estate developer Jabin Botsford The Washington Post Federal officials describe the initiative as a data-gathering tool to gauge how vulnerable U.Sluxury real estate is to manipulation by money laundering Last year, FinCEN reported that 30 percent of home deals reported under the GTOs were linked to people who had been the subject of “suspicious activity reports” filed by banks. “Shouldn’t that be enough to say, ‘We’re on to something,’ ..and that this is something that should be made permanent and nationwide?” said Clark Gascoigne, deputy director of the Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency (FACT) Coalition, which advocates for greater transparency“I think the answer to that is yes.” But the initial GTO order was limited in scope because by law the Treasury Department was not allowed to monitor wire transfersWire transfers are the financial mechanism used by most wealthy buyers to buy homesThat created a huge loopholeA subsequent act of Congress gave Treasury the power to monitor those transactions, meaning the number of home purchases captured in the government’s net greatly increased FinCEN has not released data showing how many people using wire transfers to buy homes were linked to suspicious activity. 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