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8. Money Laundering into Real Estate

Money laundering into real estate (MLRE) did not end with the movement of organized crime investment into Las Vegas even though many real estate professionals would like to think otherwise. Rather, MLRE is an enduring but insufficiently recognized international problem. Corrupt leaders, organized crime groups, and terrorist organizations channel large quantities of illicitly obtained funds into real estate daily as a way to disguise the criminal origin of their proceeds and to integrate them into the formal economy. These illicit funds are invested into residential and commercial real estate as well as into farmlands and tourist properties, often allowing the criminals and corrupt politicians to enjoy the profits of their criminal activities. Thus money launderers are able to conceal the revenues from illicit activities while acquiring valuable and appreciating investments from which they benefit, thereby doubling their gains. MLRE has a long history because it has typically been a relatively safe and prestigious investment

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