New Hampshire Real Estate Commission

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The New Hampshire Real Estate Commission is the body in charge of real estate licensing in the state of New Hampshire.[1] The commission also investigates alleged ethical violations by real estate agents and brokers in the state and punishes them if needed.

In addition to related staff in charge of collecting fees and fines, the Commission's board consists of one agent, one member of the public, one attorney, and two brokers -- currently, Barbara Heath, Pauline Ikawa, Robert Stephen, Arthur Slattery and Nancy LeRoy, respectively.

The commission is located on the fourth floor of the State House Annex just south of the State House on Capitol Street in Concord, New Hampshire.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Welcome | Office of Professional Licensure and Certification". www.oplc.nh.gov. Retrieved 25 December 2016.