Maryrose Hasrouni Masropian has had her provisional real estate license suspended for two years after failing to complete an ethics course as a stay to her suspension, according to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.Read More »
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Call it the HGTV effect. Home buyers have high expectations when it comes to a new home. You have to grab them in the first seven to 10 seconds or they move on.
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A Charlotte-area realtor has lost her license but has managed to keep her business after fully refunding the company’s trust fund. Julie Edwards Van Slambrook, the broker-in-charge and co-owner of First Properties of the Carolinas, was stripped of her real estate license in March after it was learned that she embezzled nearly $100,000 of client funds held in trust.Read More »
Lawrence Domonkos is serving a 24-month probation after the North Carolina Real Estate Commission said he broke the rules when he used an email, rather than the appropriate forms, to draft an alleged agreement between a buyer and seller.Read More »
As director and general counsel of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s legal department, Thomas Miller spent 30 years going after unscrupulous agents and was the man behind controversial laws and rules that have shaped the state’s real-estate industry.
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James Beaty, a broker with Charlotte-based Century 21 Murphy & Rudolph, has been placed on probation by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission after being convicted of driving while impaired. Beaty pleaded guilty March 31 to the Mecklenburg County incident. ...Read More »
A Gaston County Realtor was scheduled to have her broker’s license suspended for 12 months, but instead she’s been put on probation for 12 months. On Nov. 1, the North Carolina Real Estate Commission issued a stay of the suspension ...Read More »