Additional grounds for disciplinary action: Unprofessional and improper conduct relating to real estate transactions.
1.Offering real estate for sale or lease without the knowledge and consent of the owner or the owner’s authorized agent or on terms other than those authorized by the owner or the owner’s authorized agent.
2.Negotiating a sale, exchange or lease of real estate, or communicating after such negotiations but before closing, directly with a client if the person knows that the client has a brokerage agreement in force in connection with the property granting an exclusive agency, including, without limitation, an exclusive right to sell to another broker, unless permission in writing has been obtained from the other broker.
3.Failure to deliver within a reasonable time a completed copy of any purchase agreement or offer to buy or sell real estate to the purchaser or to the seller, except as otherwise provided in subsection 4 of NRS 645.254.
4.Failure to deliver to the seller in each real estate transaction, within 10 business days after the transaction is closed, a complete, detailed closing statement showing all of the receipts and disbursements handled by him or her for the seller, failure to deliver to the buyer a complete statement showing all money received in the transaction from the buyer and how and for what it was disbursed, or failure to retain true copies of those statements in his or her files. The furnishing of those statements by an escrow holder relieves the broker’s, broker-salesperson’s or salesperson’s responsibility and must be deemed to be in compliance with this provision.
5.Representing to any lender, guaranteeing agency or any other interested party, verbally or through the preparation of false documents, an amount in excess of the actual sale price of the real estate or terms differing from those actually agreed upon.
6.Failure to produce any document, book or record in his or her possession or under his or her control, concerning any real estate transaction under investigation by the Division.
7.Failure to reduce a bona fide offer to writing where a proposed purchaser requests that it be submitted in writing, except as otherwise provided in subsection 4 of NRS 645.254.
8.Failure to submit all written bona fide offers to a seller when the offers are received before the seller accepts an offer in writing and until the broker has knowledge of that acceptance, except as otherwise provided in subsection 4 of NRS 645.254.
9.Refusing because of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or ethnic group to show, sell or rent any real estate for sale or rent to qualified purchasers or renters.
10.Knowingly submitting any false or fraudulent appraisal to any financial institution or other interested person.
11.Any violation of NRS 645C.557.
Section 645.635 — Additional grounds for disciplinary action: Unprofessional and improper conduct relating to real estate transactions.,