With us representing you, you can feel more confident in your dealings with the real estate commission.
If you are a real estate agent in North Carolina, you are almost certainly familiar with the real estate commission. They monitor the activities of all NC real estate agents and brokers, as well as oversee the pre-licensing education program, the license examination program, and the post-licensing education program. If there are any formal complaints filed against a real estate agent, the NC real estate commission is in charge of investigating the complaint and determining if any violations of their practice standards and commission rules have occurred.
The initial notification of a formal complaint that is going to be investigated by the real estate commission generally arrives in a brown envelope. If you are a real estate agent in or near Charlotte, North Carolina who has received a brown envelope, you may be feeling anxious or uncertain about the future. An investigation of this kind can result in your real estate license being suspended or even revoked if the claims are validated by the investigation.
Instead of fretting about the future, reach out to us at The Brown Envelope Attorney. We focus on helping and representing real estate agents. We will also investigate the claim on your behalf and represent you and your professional interests in any proceedings that occur during this process. You don’t have to face the real estate commission alone. Our head attorney is also a licensed broker, so we have the experience and knowledge needed to support you through this process. Contact us now so we can schedule a time to sit down and discuss your unique needs.