Providing Assistance with Real Estate Applications and DRE Defense
Few lawyers focus on the legal issues relevant to residential and commercial real estate professionals. Therefore, if you are applying for real estate licensure or being audited by the California Department of Real Estate (the “DRE”), you may find it difficult to find the type of effective legal assistance you deserve.
Your search is over. At the Century Law Group, we are a team of legal professionals dedicated to helping California real estate agents and brokers. Our attorneys can help you skillfully navigate licensure, audits, and prosecutions. If you are currently facing a DRE license disciplinary action or applying for a license and the DRE is opposing your application, we can help. Contact us by e-mail or call toll free at 1-866-522-2642 to discuss your legal concerns in a free initial consultation.
At Century Law Group, we understand that obtaining and keeping your real estate license directly affects your ability to earn a living. Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience assisting clients with applications for real estate licensure.
A misstep on your application or past criminal conviction can cause the Department of Real Estate (DRE) to deny your application We can help you skillfully navigate complications in the process. Contact us by e-mail or call toll free at 1-866-522-2642 to schedule a free initial consultation. Visit www.DREdefense.com for more in-depth information and FAQ’s on our DRE licensing practice.
Criteria for Establishing Rehabilitation under DRE Guidelines
While past criminal activity can affect your ability to obtain real estate licensure, the DRE does have criteria for establishing rehabilitation. This criteria is very case specific.
- Drug use: The DRE wants to see evidence that you have been clean and sober for at least five years.
- Domestic violence: The DRE wants to see that this encounter was an isolated incident and that there have been no other incidents in the past three or four years.
- Petty theft: The DRE wants to see that the theft was a momentary lapse in judgment and does not reflect your overall character.
Our knowledgeable lawyers understand how to show the DRE that you have taken accountability for your actions and that future misconduct will not occur. Contact us 866-522-2642 to discuss your real estate licensure application, Statement of Issues, or Accusation in a free 20 minute initial consultation. Please visit www.DREdefense.com for further helpful information on your real estate license.