Don’t try to handle everything yourself if you get a real estate brown envelope – we can help.
As a real estate broker, you know how complicated some real estate transactions can be. Most brokers do their best every day to be careful and follow real estate law and the standard practices laid out for them, but there are many potential difficulties and gray areas left behind. Residential and commercial real estate transactions have their own regulations as well, which can make it even more confusing. All this is to say that even the best and most careful real estate broker may end up receiving a real estate brown envelope that signals that an investigation has been opened by the Real Estate Commission of North Carolina.
Don’t try to handle everything yourself if you get a real estate brown envelope – we can help. At The Brown Envelope Attorney, our focus on this specific area of the law is clearly represented in our name. We want to help you protect your reputation, your career, and your Real Estate Broker’s license. We can be your partner in this challenging time and help you manage the process. We will investigate the events in question on your behalf and can represent you at any proceedings that may need to occur as part of this process.
Whether you are located in or near Concord, North Carolina or farther away, we want to assure you that receiving a real estate brown envelope is not that unusual. Our head attorney is also a real estate broker, allowing us to understand the process from both sides. Contact us today to discuss your needs and receive a copy of our agreement to sign, so we can begin together.