You don’t have to face the Real Estate Commission alone when we represent you.
As a real estate agent or broker in North Carolina, you probably have a pretty clear idea of what the state Real Estate Commission oversees. This important body monitors the activities of all North Carolina real estate agents and brokers, making sure they are following the standard practices and rules set forth by the commission. They are also tasked with overseeing the educational programs that are needed to become and maintain your status as a real estate agent or broker. This includes the pre-licensing program, the exam program for licensees, and the post-licensing continuing education program.
Formal complaints against real estate agents and brokers come in the form of brown envelopes issued by the Real Estate Commission. Receiving one of these brown envelopes can feel frightening and overwhelming to a real estate agent or broker, particularly if you have never received one before. Formal complaints can arise from simple mistakes, grey areas in the law, and as a result of complex transactions. If the complaint is shown to be valid, you may face a suspension or even revocation of your licensure. Even if the complaint is unfounded, it can damage your reputation and future in real estate.
You don’t have to face the North Carolina Real Estate Commission alone when we represent you. If you work in or near Concord, North Carolina and have received a brown envelope, reach out to us here at The Brown Envelope Attorney. Once we have a signed agreement in place, we will sit down with you to review any complaint you are facing.