We can represent you if you face charges from the Real Estate Commission.
In North Carolina, the Real Estate Commission is responsible for licensing and regulating real estate agents in the state. The mission of this organization is to ensure all licensees are morally fit and competent to act as real estate brokers while administering, monitoring, and improving the quality of the pre-licensing education program, license examination program, and post-licensing education program.
Another important role of the Real Estate Commission is to ensure licensees comply with all practice standards imposed by the Commission rules. The Commission investigates complaints against licensees and manages disciplinary cases in a timely, efficient manner.
If you recently received a brown envelope signaling an investigation is being conducted into your actions as a real estate broker, you may wonder what to do next. The Real Estate Commission has the power to revoke or suspend your license as a broker if the claims against you are validated, so you may feel uncertain and anxious at this time.
Choose The Brown Envelope Attorney to represent you. We will thoroughly investigate the claim against you, represent your interests, and ensure you feel confident about what lies ahead. Our head attorney is a real estate broker, too, so he understands what you are going through and what is at stake.
For more information about what to do next after the Real Estate Commission starts an official investigation into your actions, contact us. The first step is to sit down with us, tell us about the situation, and have us review your case.