Protect your interests and career if you are a real estate broker who has received a Real Estate Commission Complaint.
Real estate transactions can get complicated, whether it is the sale of a single-family home or a multi-million-dollar commercial transfer of ownership. Most real estate brokers do their best to follow both real estate law and the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s standard practices and rules for brokers, but these things can be complex and gray areas can occur. When there has been a Real Estate Commission complaint about your practices as a real estate broker, you will probably find out by receiving a brown envelope in the mail.
If you are a real estate broker who has received a Real Estate Commission complaint, protect your interests and your career by reaching out to us at The Brown Envelope Attorney. We are located near Concord, North Carolina, and we focus on helping brokers just like you navigating this challenging process. Once you contact us and sign our agreement, we can quickly go to work for you. We will sit down and carefully discuss your situation, looking at the contents of your brown envelope and discussing events with you. We will carefully listen to what you have to say and then launch our own investigation of events on your behalf.
A Real Estate Commission complaint can result in penalties up to and including the suspension or revocation of your real estate broker’s license. We can represent you at any necessary proceedings, protecting your interests and preventing unnecessary consequences considering the facts at hands. Your career and reputation could be at risk, so don’t wait to call us.