For a real estate law firm that focuses on helping real estate brokers, turn to us.
There are lots of real estate law firms in the area in and near Concord, North Carolina, but if you are a real estate broker who has received a brown envelope from the Real Estate Commission, there is one clear choice for the real estate law firm to rely on. Turn to us at The Brown Envelope Attorney. The focus of our real estate law firm is helping real estate brokers just like you, and we are uniquely qualified for this particular job.
Our head attorney is a licensed North Carolina attorney, of course, but he also holds an active NC Real Estate Broker’s License (and has since 2012). He has extensive knowledge of both real estate law and the Real Estate Commission’s standard practices and rules. Real estate law can be complicated, and residential real estate transactions are very different than commercial ones. There are many opportunities for difficulties to arise or gray areas to exist, even if you are doing your best as a real estate broker to follow the expectations and rules laid out for you.
If you receive a brown envelope, don’t panic. Contact us right away, and once you have signed our agreement, we can go to work for you. We will discuss the contents of your brown envelope and the formal complaint against you. We can represent you at any needed proceedings relating to your investigation. Your real estate broker’s license may be at stake, so make sure you have a knowledgeable and qualified real estate law firm by your side. For a real estate law firm that focuses on helping real estate brokers, turn to us.