Cindy S. Chandler has two goals when she begins her term Aug. 1 as chair of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission: “to continue to look after the best interest of the consumer while being very mindful to not enact ...Read More »
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The N.C. Real Estate Commission plans to reinstate a Charlotte Realtor’s license March 1 following a suspension stemming from violations of state laws and regulations. James Eugene Smith Jr. and his company, Executive Sellers LLC near Northlake Mall, will be ...Read More »
RALEIGH – The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has placed a Charlotte-based broker on probation and ordered her to not work as a property manager for any homeowners association for two years. According to a consent order filed by the ...Read More »
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has accepted the voluntary surrender of an agent’s real estate license and temporarily suspended the license of a Mooresville broker. Shena Montgomery surrendered her real estate license to the commission, which in turn dismissed ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Time was, there was Brown & Glenn, Berryhill Realty, Dwelle, a handful of others. But if you wanted to rent an apartment or house from the great-great-granddaddy of Charlotte property management firms, you rented from T.R. Lawing. Today ...Read More »
One real estate professional had her license suspended and another was placed on probation by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission for violating state real estate practices. Karen H. Grace was subject to a license suspension of 10 months following ...Read More »
Two Charlotte real estate professionals recently voluntarily surrendered their licenses to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. In cases of voluntary surrender, the commission does not hold a formal hearing or require a respondent to answer charges brought to its ...Read More »
A property management company is among the “dirty dozen” area companies with the largest number of complaints made against them in 2013 to the Better Business Bureau’s Southern Piedmont chapter. Employees of Asset Property Management, a Cornelius-based real estate firm, ...
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The owner and broker-in-charge of two North Carolina real estate firms that specialized in appraising, listing and marketing bank-owned properties for a number of mortgage lenders has landed in hot water with the N.C. Real Estate Commission. Jason Cox, who ...Read More »
Sheila J. Hudson, a Concord Realtor and broker, has had her license revoked after being caught rifling through medications at a property she was visiting, according to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. Hudson was one of two Charlotte-area Realtors ...
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