Turn to us if your broker’s license is at risk.
You do your best as a real estate broker to represent your clients and oversee purchase and sale transactions carefully. But you know better than anyone that no transaction is straightforward – there are always difficulties and gray areas you have to manage to make sure every transaction goes through successfully.
This can leave you vulnerable to an investigation from the Real Estate Commission, putting your reputation, career, and license as a broker at risk. Instead of representing yourself after you receive a brown envelope from the Real Estate Commission in the mail, have The Brown Envelope Attorney help you manage the process.
We know that receiving a brown envelope from the Real Estate Commission signaling an investigation is occurring is the last thing you want to deal with in your career. But this is a commonplace situation for many, and we are here to help you navigate the ensuing process.
Experience is key when defending yourself against the Real Estate Commission. Having someone who understands what it is like to be a broker is also important. Our head attorney is also a broker, and he can empathize with you and help you understand how to proceed once you receive a brown envelope from the Real Estate Commission.
The first step in the process is for you to sit down with us and discuss the contents of the brown envelope and how it could impact you and your real estate career in North Carolina. Set up a meeting with our firm today by contacting us directly.