Regulated funds through real estate transactions link black money into the legal economy while providing a safe investment. It allows criminals to take advantage of assets and money that hides the source of money used for payment.

There are many methods used, such as cash or special funds, low cost, and companies and dependents or other sources acting as legal owners. Along with the signals can be land maps (such as the distance between the land and the buyer and their points of interest). To assess the presence of investment risk, trade analysis, and consumer status to obtain signals to help raise red flags and trigger reporting obligations.

The anti-monetary recommendations by the International Monetary Action Task Force (FAFT) have been implemented in the European Union (EU) through coordination (parent versus monetary) arrangements. Instructions). Investigating customers and reporting suspicious transactions are tools to prevent money laundering. Real estate involves both financial and non-financial sectors which are operated under different legal requirements. However, the reporting of suspicious transactions in real buildings is limited, leaving room for improvement.

There is a greater need for improvements due to fines in general, and in the property sector in particular, which have a significant economic impact, and its size is difficult to compare. However, awareness is growing as a result of high-profit margins of money going through land sales in many EU ports.

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