What Should Your Response to the Real Estate Commission Include?

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After you receive a brown envelope in the mail from the Real Estate Commission, you have 14 days to respond with your initial response and any documentation requested by the Commission. This original response gives you the chance to defend your actions and provide additional insight into the situation. Once you receive this correspondence from the Real Estate Commission, your response should include the following:

  • A chronological narrative that outlines your involvement in the investigated transaction from an objective standpoint

What Should Your Response to the Real Estate Commission Include?

  • A thorough response to every allegation in the complaint and answers to all questions included in the Letter of Inquiry
  • All requested documents (In some cases, this may be the entire transaction file. You can contact the case processor if you have any questions about the documents you should include.)
  • Contact information of anyone who could support your account of what occurred and who has personal knowledge of the transaction

You should review the original letter carefully to determine exactly what information the Real Estate Commission needs from you. You should also review your transaction file to gain a better understanding of why the complaint may have been filed in the first place.

At The Brown Envelope Attorney, we can help you compile an effective response to send to the Real Estate Commission after you get a brown envelope in the mail. For more information about how to respond or how we can support you during an investigation, reach out to us today.