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Licensee Name License No. County City Month Order Description Basis for this Order
Collopy, James Patrick316605ANDERSON Palestine09/2009Agreed reprimand of broker license, entered September 9, 2009; Agreed administrative penalty of $1,000, entered September 9, 2009failing to give written notification to the Commission within 30 days after broker or salesperson sponsored by broker started using a name in business other than the name in which the person was licensed, in violation of 22 TAC §535.154(c).
COLONIAL HOME WARRANTY0ANDREWS WILMINGTON11/2012Agreed administrative penalty of $5,000.00. Agreed to cease and desist from engaging in all activities for which a residential service company license is required until such time as appropriate licensing is obtained.Respondent issued a residential service contract or performed or arranged to perform services under a residential service contract without first obtaining a residential service company
license. Respondent issued an evidence of coverage to a person in this state that was not filed and approved by the
Commission. Respondent used, in conjunction with its evidence of coverage, a schedule of charges for services covered under the evidence of coverage that was not filed and approved by the Commission.

STATE WIDE WARRANTY0ANDREWS WILMINGTON07/2013Ordered to cease and desist all unlicensed residential service company activities in Texas. Assessment of an administrative penalty of $5,000.00.Respondent issued a residential service contract or performed or arranged to perform services under a residential service contract without first obtaining a residential service company license.
Bradford, Geraldine436163ANGELINA Lufkin02/2009Agreed reprimand of broker license, entered February 19, 2009; Agreed administrative penalty of $250, entered February 19, 2009failing to obtain the written consent from each party to act as an intermediary in the transaction and failing to state the source of any expected compensation to the broker in the consent(s); and failing to make clear to all parties to a real estate transaction the party for whom the license holder is acting, in violation of §1101.559(a) of the Texas Occupations Code
BRYAN REALTY INC589441ANGELINA LUFKIN10/2013Agreed reprimand of broker. Agreed administrative penalty of $2,000.00.Respondent was provided checks for a reserve amount and security deposit from a tenant of a property managed by Respondent. The checks were deposited into the property management bank account of Respondent, but the account was not clearly identified as a trust account. The owner of the property terminated the property management agreement in writing and demanded return of the security deposit and reserve amount. Respondent failed to return the security deposit and reserve amount, or account for those amounts, within 30 days of the termination letter.
OLIVER, REGINA587582ARANSAS FULTON10/2013Automatic suspension of salesperson license. Respondent failed to comply with the terms of an agreed order entered by the Commission by failing to timely make administrative penalty payments to the Commission.
OLIVER, REGINA587582ARANSAS FULTON12/2012Agreed 1 year suspension of salesperson license fully probated for 1 year. Agreed administrative penalty of $1,500.00.Respondent pled no contest to a felony offense. Respondent failed to notify the Commission within 30 days after entry of the plea.
Casterline, Cheryl Ann497981ARANSAS Rockport02/2007Agreed reprimand of salesperson license, entered February 23, 2007; Agreed administrative penalty of $250, entered February 23, 2007failing to complete mandatory continuing education hours and pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f) of the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission
Christine, Denise Hale458503ARCHER Archer City01/2011Revocation of salesperson license, effective January 10, 2011; Assessment of an administrative penalty of $6,000, entered January 10, 2011entering a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to or being convicted of a felony or a criminal offense involving fraud, and the time for appeal has elapsed or the judgment or conviction has been affirmed on appeal, without regard to an order granting community supervision that suspends the imposition of the sentence, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(a)(1); failing to provide, within a reasonable time, information requested by the commission that relates to a formal or informal complaint to the commission that would indicate a violation of The Real Estate License Act, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(a)(6); and failing to notify the Commission not later than the 30th day after the date of a final conviction or the entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, that the person has been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to a felony or a criminal offense involving fraud, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(a)(9).
LIBERTY HOME PROTECTION0ARMSTRONG FORT LAUDERDALE05/2012Order to cease and desist all activities considered to be the business of a residential service company; Assessment of an administrative penalty of $20,000.00Respondent issued a residential service contract or performed or arranged to perform services under a residential service contract without first obtaining a residential service company license; Respondent issued an evidence of coverage to a person in this state that was not filed and approved by the Commission; and Respondent used, in conjunction with its evidence of coverage, a schedule of charges for services covered under the evidence of coverage that was not filed and approved by the Commission.

Sotelo, Estela545443ATASCOSA Pleasanton09/2010Suspension of salesperson license until receipt of required information, effective September 24, 2010; Assessment of a $1,500 administrative penalty, entered September 24, 2010failing to provide, within a reasonable time, information requested by the commission that relates to a formal or informal complaint to the commission in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(a)(6).
Taylor, Kimberly Ann479550ATASCOSA Pleasanton08/2008Revocation of salesperson license, effective August 11, 2008failing to pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f)
Zapata, Andrew, Jr.526036ATASCOSA San Antonio06/2006Revocation of salesperson license, effective June 23, 2006failing to complete mandatory continuing education hours and pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f) of the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission
Edwards, Monty Eugene515752BAILEY Lubbock05/2006Agreed 1 month suspension of salesperson license fully probated for 1 year, effective May 31, 2006; Agreed administrative penalty of $750, entered May 31, 2006acted negligently or incompetently in misstating information about the age of the components of a home in a brochure used to advertise the property, in violation of §1101.652(b)(1) of the Texas Occupations Code; agreed to represent both a buyer and a seller in the same transaction without first obtaining written authorization from both parties to act as intermediary, in violation of §1101.559 of the Texas Occupations Code; published an advertisement for a property stating that the air conditioning system was three years old, when it was well over ten years old, in violation of §1101.652(b)(23) of the Texas Occupations Code
Shedd, John C.450085BANDERA Bandera07/2006Agreed reprimand of salesperson license, entered July 31, 2006acting negligently or incompetently by leading the buyers to believe that the quality of the drinking water available to the property was high when it was not and failing to correctly identify his broker on the contract as representing the seller only, in violation of §15(a)(6)(W) of the Real Estate License Act, Article 6573a, Texas Civil Statutes [§1101.652(b)(1) of the Texas Occupations Code, effective June 1, 2003]
Gilbert, Lee Swenson417070BASTROP Austin06/2008Agreed 30-day suspension of salesperson license, entered June 30, 2008; Agreed administrative penalty of $250, entered June 30, 2008acting negligently or incompetently by improperly failing to utilize a formal (complete) estimate of closing costs, improperly advising on effects of gift funds and financing details, failing to properly complete financing details in an earnest money contract, failing to modify contract prior to closing to accurately reflect the transaction, failing to protect seller’s right to return to property after closing for removal of personal property, in violation of §1101.652(b)(1), Texas Occupations Code; failing to make clear to all parties for whom representing, in violation of §1101.652(b)(7), Texas Occupations Code; making a false promise of amount of funds the seller would net from the transaction when accepting an offer when unable or not intending to keep such promise which resulted in such amount not being obtained, in violation of §1101.652(b)(5), Texas Occupations Code; and, failing to properly account for or remit option fee funds received from the buyer that belonged to the seller, in violation of §1101.652(b)(9), Texas Occupations Code
Schena, Sherry Elaine391483BASTROP Bastrop02/2008Agreed reprimand of salesperson license, entered February 20, 2008; Agreed administrative penalty of $300, entered February 20, 2008acting negligently or incompetently in performing an act for which a person is required to hold a real estate license, by failing to take proper steps to ensure that a lease was executed by tenants and delivered to landlord, in violation of §1101.652(b)(1) of the Texas Occupations Code
Smith, Martha McKinney414023BASTROP Bastrop04/2007Agreed reprimand of salesperson license, entered April 5, 2007; Agreed administrative penalty of $250, entered April 5, 2007failing to complete mandatory continuing education hours and pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f) of the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission
Otis, Patrick Houston438800BASTROP Humble11/2006Revocation of salesperson license, effective November 6, 2006failing to complete mandatory continuing education hours and pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f) of the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission
Wheeler, Johnny Albert30275BEE Beeville09/2011Revocation of Easement of Right-Of-Way Agent, effective September 8, 2011entering a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to or being convicted of a felony, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(a)(1), procuring a license under this chapter by making a material misstatement of fact in an application for a license, in violation of Tex Occ. Code§ 1101.652(a)(2); and failing to provide, within a reasonable time, information requested by the Commission that relates to a formal or informal complaint, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(a)(6).

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