Partner with a real estate attorney who understands what you are going through.
In North Carolina, the first piece of correspondence to a broker informing them that an investigation is ensuing is mailed in a brown envelope. As a real estate broker, the last thing you want is to get a letter in a brown envelope from the Real Estate Commission. If you receive a brown envelope at your North Carolina brokerage, it is in your best interests to contact a real estate attorney for help right away.
Although you are not required to work with a real estate attorney during an investigation, having official legal representation can help you preserve your interests and career. The Brown Envelope Attorney, knows how unsettling it can be to learn of an investigation into your conduct, especially when your license is at stake. Our head attorney is also a real estate broker, so not only does he understand the intricacies of real estate law in the state, but he also knows what it is like to work in this field.
You have the right to be represented by legal counsel at any time during your investigation. But it is best to contact a real estate attorney right from the start. This will give our firm a greater chance at securing a favorable outcome for you and to ultimately protect your license from suspension or revocation.
Working with a real estate attorney can help you preserve your interests and feel confident about what lies ahead at this difficult time. For more information about how we will support you during an investigation conducted by the Real Estate Commission, reach out to us today.