North carolina realtors

The Real Estate Commission investigates complaints against real estate licensees accused of misconduct. If the Commission finds that real estate licensees have violated the Real Estate License Law or Commission rules, it can suspend or revoke their licenses. The Real Estate Commission cannot give legal advice or act as your attorney.

The Real Estate Commission investigates complaints against real estate licensees accused of misconduct. If the Commission finds that real estate licensees have violated the Real Estate License Law or Commission rules, it can suspend or revoke their licenses. The Real Estate Commission cannot give legal advice or act as your attorney.

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission (“Commission”) is an independent state governmental agency. The Commission’s primary function is to license and regulate real estate agents (persons and firms who sell, lease, etc. real estate for others). North Carolina’s 80,000-plus real estate agents are licensed as brokers. The North Carolina Real Estate Commission (“Commission”) is an independent state governmental agency. The Commission’s primary function is to license and regulate real estate agents (persons and firms who sell, lease, etc. real estate for others). North Carolina’s 80,000-plus real estate agents are licensed as brokers. Find North Carolina real estate info and homes for sale in North Carolina on realtor.com®. Search listings of homes, condos and land for sale today!

The Real Estate Commission investigates complaints against real estate licensees accused of misconduct. If the Commission finds that real estate licensees have violated the Real Estate License Law or Commission rules, it can suspend or revoke their licenses. The Real Estate Commission cannot give legal advice or act as your attorney. Find North Carolina real estate info and homes for sale in North Carolina on realtor.com®. Search listings of homes, condos and land for sale today!