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DO YOU NEED HELP WITH YOUR BARBER’S LICENSE OR BARBERSHOP LICENSE? LET US HELP YOU GET AND KEEP YOUR BARBER’S/BARBERSHOP LICENSE

Barber's License Let Us Help You: • Review your letter from the DPBR Investigator • Assist you with your Notice of Intent to Deny • Provide advice on how to successfully navigate the system • Provide advice on settlement versus challenging the allegations • Argue mitigating circumstances which might lessen the penalties • Representation before […]

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Florida Real Estate Brokers: Commit a Crime, Do Your Time, Lose Your License?

If you’re a licensed real estate broker in the State of Florida and you are convicted of a crime, even one unconnected to your profession and committed outside Florida, you may not only serve time in prison and be made to pay thousands of dollars in criminal fines, you could also lose your license, and […]

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Are you being investigated for not reporting a conviction or plea to the Florida Real Estate Commission?

FREC Investigation Unfortunately, there may be times when you find yourself on the wrong side of the law. That arrest could lead to you making a plea deal with the prosecutor, or going all the way to trial and facing the reality of being found guilty of your crime.  As a licensed real estate agent, […]

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Failure to Deposit Earnest Deposit into an Escrow Account within a timely manner will lead to Broker/Salesperson Discipline.

As a Florida licensed real estate broker, you are required to deposit any and all earnest deposit funds into a non-interest bearing secured escrow or trust account in a timely manner. Failure to do so is a direct violation of Section 475.25(1)(k), Florida Statutes, which provides as follows: The commission may deny an application for […]

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Failure to Reconcile Escrow Account Will Lead to Realtor/Broker Discipline

Realtor/Broker Discipline If you are a Florida real estate sales associate or broker who maintains an escrow account for property management you should be aware of the consequences of failing to maintain and properly reconcile monthly bank statements.  Florida requires that   Once monthly, a broker shall cause to be made a written statement comparing […]

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