Protecting Your License and Your Reputation
Real estate brokers are passionate about their work. Helping people buy and sell homes can be exciting and fulfilling, but allegations of improper behavior, fraud, or negligence can quickly ruin a reputation and make it difficult to continue in the real estate industry.
Contact The Brown Envelope Attorney right away if you face the loss or suspension of your real estate broker’s license. We represent real estate brokers in North Carolina believed to have violated the License Law and Rules of the Real Estate Commission, supporting them as the formal complaint is investigated as part of the disciplinary process.
Defend yourself before the Real Estate Commission with the insights and experience of a real estate attorney.
When you received a brown envelope from the Real Estate Commission that spurs an investigation into your role as a real estate broker, we can help.
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From simple mistakes to complex disputes, we know that any claim made to the Real Estate Commission has the potential to harm your career and your reputation. Experience is key in situations like this and having someone represent you who understands what it is like to be a broker is crucial. Our head attorney not only understands the legalese but is an active real estate broker himself and can empathize with the practical things you deal with.
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The defense process starts by meeting with our legal team to review and discuss the complaint with you. We want to make sure you feel like you are heard and want to impress upon you that we are on your side every step of the way. To set up a meeting with us or to discuss a claim that threatens your career as a broker, contact us today.