As a real estate law firm, we combine knowledge of real estate law with the real estate commission’s standard practices and rules.
There are many different types of law firms, and as a real estate law firm, our focus is solidly on real estate transactions and real estate law. Real estate law can be complicated, and the law may be different for residential and commercial real estate transactions. We can help with both. In fact, our head attorney is a North Carolina Licensed Attorney and also holds a North Carolina Real Estate Brokers License, allowing him to understand real estate transactions from both sides.
Here at The Brown Envelope Attorney, we have firsthand knowledge of the intricacies of the North Carolina real estate commission’s standard practices and rules. This commission is responsible for monitoring the activities of all NC real estate agents and brokers, as well as overseeing the various educational programs related to real estate licensure.
If you are a broker in North Carolina who has received a formal complaint, you will need a reliable real estate law firm on your side to help investigate the complaint on your behalf and represent you at any proceedings that may be scheduled about the complaint. Typically, the notification of these types of complaints arrives in a brown envelope, which is where our name comes from. Because we focus on representing real estate agents and brokers as a real estate law firm, we are uniquely positioned to help you protect your reputation and the future of your career. This can happen even if you are trying to follow the rules, so don’t wait to reach out to us to discuss your brown envelope and the documentation it contains.