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North Carolina North Carolina

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The Antitrust Division wrote to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission encouraging it to clarify its rules to improve the disclosures provided to consumers. It also wrote to the North Carolina Bar Association about the benefits consumers could realize if non-attorneys are permitted to perform functions related to real estate closings.

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Brokerage services: Discount Brokers Can Make Selling a Home Less Costly

Rebates: Rebates Make Buying a Home Less Expensive

Press release:

July 11, 2002

Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission Urge North Carolina State Bar to Allow Non-Lawyers to Compete for Closing Real Estate Deals

Comment letters:

September 3, 2010

Letter to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission Re: Suggested Clarifications to North Carolina Real Estate Commission Rules

July 11, 2002

Letter to the North Carolina State Bar Re: Proposed North Carolina State Bar Opinions Concerning Non-Attorneys' Involvement in Real Estate Transactions

December 14, 2001

Letter to the North Carolina State Bar Ethics Committee Re: North Carolina State Bar Opinions Restricting Involvement of Non-Attorneys in Real Estate Closings and Refinancing Transactions

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