Real Estate Commission Compliance

Too often, when residents face eviction or loss of security deposit, they will seek to retaliate by filing a complaint with the North Carolina Real Estate Commission (NCREC). As you are aware, the NCREC oversees who may or may not manage multifamily communities in North Carolina. Although generally the NCREC just seeks to make sure property management is being done in compliance with the North Carolina real estate laws, failure to respond adequately to NCREC inquiries can have disastrous consequences. We are experienced in resolving NCREC complaints beginning with formal response to NCREC inquiry letters.

Additionally, highly qualified property management companies and owners will enter North Carolina markets without understanding that they need to be licensed with the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. We regularly assist clients in complying with North Carolina real estate management registration requirements and completing their applications.