TIPS TO AVOID DENIAL OF YOUR CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE LICENSE APPLICATION
F rank M. Buda is an attorney in private practice concentrating in real estate law and Department of Real Estate "DRE" (now the Bureau of Real Estate or "BRE") regulatory administrative law. By way of background, Frank was with the DRE for over nine years, specifically, as a Deputy Commissioner I,II,III, and Real Estate Counsel. Frank has been in private practice for twenty years. Because of his background, he is able to give clients not only legal advice about real estate laws, DRE laws and regulations, but also insights into how the DRE works when it seeks to investigate or discipline a real estate broker or real estate salesperson. This information can be extremely important in avoiding DRE regulatory action and when necessary representing a real estate broker or salesperson before the DRE.
If you are currently facing a DRE license disciplinary action or applying for a license and the DRE is opposing your application. I can help.
Frank M. Buda also handles other types of administrative licensing cases, including and not limited to the Department of Real Estate Appraisers, Department of Insurance, Secretary of State, and Board of Registered Nursing. Frank has handled approximately 1500 licensing cases.
Frank drafts specialized broker/salesperson agreements, commission disputes, loan agreements and other contracts as well as practices in other areas of the law.
Frank also provides free seminars in a variety of real estate and DRE related real estate topics. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call.
Frank M. Buda provides real estate compliance services to real estate brokers who are seeking help in complying with the DRE's laws and regulations. Too often brokers wait until after they have been contacted by the DRE to obtain help. If a trust fund violation is found by the DRE and there is a decision disciplining a real estate broker license the DRE is permitted to charge for their audit and to charge for a re-audit. Those audit charges can range from anywhere from $2500 to $19,000 for each audit and re-audit. Therefore, being in compliance prior to a DRE audit is very cost effective. Why spend thousands of dollars in legal fees and audit charges defending a DRE action when a pre-audit can help to eliminate this threat.
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