If you have received a brown envelope, you need the advice of an experienced and knowledgeable real estate attorney right away.
As a real estate broker himself, our head real estate attorney understands very well the meaning of the dreaded brown envelope in the world of real estate brokers. This envelope from the Real Estate Commission signals there has been a formal complaint and the beginning of an investigation about your practices and actions as a real estate broker. It can result in various consequences and penalties and can even cause your real estate license to be suspended or revoked if the situation is not handled properly.
If you have received a brown envelope, you need the advice of an experienced and knowledgeable real estate attorney right away. That is what you will get when you call us at The Brown Envelope Attorney. It is best to call us right away, so we can begin our own investigation on your behalf and represent you right from the start. But we can come onboard at any point in the process as well, if needed. We want to help you feel more confident and help preserve your interests. These proceedings can result in serious consequences, even the suspension or revocation of your real estate license. We want to help give you the best chance of the most favorable outcome in light of the circumstances.
You’ll feel better knowing that your real estate attorney is committed to providing a high quality of service and will listen carefully and represent you well. Few attorneys focus on this area, and while we are located near Concord, North Carolina, we can help real estate brokers in a much larger area of North Carolina. Give us a call now to discuss our agreement and process.