The attorney involved in an alleged real estate scam in Paterson has been arrested, according to federal authorities.
Christopher Goodson, 44, of Newark, is accused of running a large-scale mortgage fraud scheme that involved dozens of properties throughout New Jersey. He and a real estate agent, Anthony Garvin, 47, of Jersey City, allegedly defrauded banks out of more than $30 million.
Goodson and Garvin were arrested on a single count of bank fraud in November. Both men allegedly operated the sophisticated short sale, a process by which a lender and borrower agree to …read more
Source: Paterson Times