A New York mortgage banker and five others were indicted for their alleged roles in a $30 million property flipping scheme that defrauded lenders, investors and secondary market participants.

An indictment unsealed in federal court on May 6 alleges the six defendants inflated the prices of homes for sale in New York's Nassau and Suffolk counties and obtained mortgages that exceeded the collateral value of the properties.

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