Property fraud is the most common crime in California.
Its estimated that there are between 300,000 and 1.4 million fraudulent properties in the state.
The average amount of money stolen from a home is around $7,000, but the vast majority of victims are small businesses.
The fraudsters steal your personal details, and your identity is stolen too.
This is because many people believe their identity is more valuable than their home.
This belief is fuelled by the idea that your real estate is a place of peace, and you are entitled to enjoy the peace and security of your home.
However, in reality, you are not entitled to anything that belongs to you.
If you have a mortgage or credit card, it’s your property.
If your home is worth more than $2,500, it may be worth more to the property owner than the victim.
The same holds true if you are a landlord or tenant, who can have your home and property worth more.
A common strategy used to evade police is to buy fake property documents or fake documents to prove your ownership.
The documents, such as deed, registration and insurance papers, can be found online, or bought in person at a local pawn shop.
In the United States, California is one of the top states for property crime.
According to FBI data, California recorded over $12 billion in property fraud in 2016.
In the state, property crimes are a major concern.
In 2016, nearly one in three California households had at least one mortgage-related crime.
Many Californians believe that their home is a safe place.
This often leads to an inflated expectation of security.
Many people assume that if their home was stolen, the home would be safe, but many people will also believe that if they are robbed, their home will be safe.
In California, property crime is an extremely common problem.
In fact, the state has the highest number of reported property crimes per capita in the country.
According to the California Department of Justice, over 2,000 people were killed or injured as a result of property crime in 2016, and over 1,200 were injured as result of car-related crimes.
This means that a person killed or seriously injured by a car in California is more likely to be killed or severely injured by an automobile than an arson attack.
The most common type of property theft that is reported is car theft.
This type of crime has two main characteristics: a) theft is generally committed by someone other than the vehicle that is being stolen; and b) the vehicle can be stolen from multiple locations.
The amount of property stolen in California from a vehicle is estimated to be between $1.2 billion and $2.3 billion.
Property crime is committed primarily from vehicles that are parked illegally, and this type of theft is very common.
The majority of property crimes committed in California are property thefts.
According, there are about 50,000 registered vehicles that have been reported stolen in the US each year.
Most of the vehicles are either stolen from businesses or from individuals.
In 2016, there were 2,848 reported property thefts in California, and there were over 6,000 reports of auto theft.
In California, there was a 3.3% increase in auto theft in 2016 compared to 2015.
According the Bureau of Justice Statistics, California experienced a 16% increase of property and commercial crimes in 2016 to 2,965,000 reported crimes.
This represents a 19% increase over 2015.
According, California has the second highest rate of vehicle thefts per capita, behind California.
California has a number of different laws that can help you protect yourself.
According the California Attorney General’s Office, there is no state law specifically that covers property crime, and that means that you will have to look to your local law enforcement department or your city, county or municipality.
If you have any questions about how to protect your property, we would be happy to help.
If there is any type of fraud or security breach that you believe you have experienced in California or have a suggestion for how to improve, please contact our Consumer Response Center.
The following is a list of common scams that are often associated with California property.