Real Estate Law, North Carolina

HomeReal Estate Law, North Carolina

We understand the intricacies of real estate law.

Real Estate License Law and Commission Rules govern how real estate brokers should act and conduct transactions in North Carolina. Straying from these rules and regulations can result in disciplinary action overseen by the Real Estate Commission as well as serious consequences, such as the suspension or revocation of your real estate license.

Real Estate Law in North Carolina

Any claims leveled against you that you violated the terms of real estate law or failed to adhere to standards set forth by the Real Estate Commission can be harmful to your career and reputation as a broker, even if these allegations are unfounded. Prevent unnecessary consequences and uncertainty after you are accused of violating real estate law standards by working with The Brown Envelope Attorney.

We know how unsettling it can be to receive a dreaded brown envelope in the mail signifying the start of an investigation into your conduct. Our head attorney practices real estate law and is also a licensed real estate broker, so he understands what is at stake as well as the ideal way to defend you against any type of allegation. Our approach to defending brokers is always personalized, comprehensive, and based on experience within the real estate industry.

We will work hard to come up with a solid defense on your behalf and to ultimately help you preserve your license. Contact us to explore your defense options during the investigation and to find out more about how we can support you during this uncertain time in your career.


At The Brown Envelope Attorney, we assist clients with real estate law in North Carolina, including Huntersville, Concord, Charlotte, Mooresville, Cornelius, Denver, and Waxhaw.