Commercial real estate transactions are different, which is why you need a commercial real estate lawyer.
If you are a licensed North Carolina real estate agent or broker, chances are you know commercial real estate transactions are often more complex and lengthier than residential ones. Because the financial investments are usually larger and more people must sign off at each step, the risks are higher and there are more opportunities for things to go wrong. Simple mistakes happen, and the grey areas in the law can be deep and wide, so disputes and formal complaints often arise.
In short, commercial real estate transactions are different, which is why you need a commercial real estate lawyer to protect your interests, your career, and your reputation. At The Brown Envelope Attorney, we defend and represent real estate agents and brokers, including those who focus on commercial real estate transactions in North Carolina. We can provide experienced guidance and legal counsel to you as your commercial real estate lawyer if you receive a formal complaint in the form of a brown envelope from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.
Don’t wait to reach out to us. Your future in real estate may be on the line, as a formal complaint can lead to the suspension or even the revocation of your real estate broker license. Once you have signed an agreement for us to serve as your lawyer, we will sit down with you to carefully review all the contents of your brown envelope, including the supporting documentation and the letter of inquiry. We have been representing commercial real estate agents since 2012, so contact us today.