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If you believe a real estate or escrow licensee has done something wrong, you can file a complaint simply by submitting a letter or the complaint form (PDF) by
email to the Oregon Real Estate Agency.
Complaints are only accepted by email.
To file a complaint, please include:
Send as much detail as possible about the complaint. This will help the Agency determine if an investigation is needed. Do not include personally identifiable information, such as social security numbers, bank account numbers, or drivers’ license numbers. Real estate license numbers are OK.
Note: All documents and materials you give to the Agency will become public record. Additionally, the Agency generally give copies of the submitted documents and materials to the person you complained about.
The Oregon Real Estate Agency regulates:
The Agency does not regulate:
The Agency cannot help you get money back or get out of a contract.
If you have a dispute or question in an area of law outside the Agency's jurisdiction, you may need the assistance of a lawyer.
The Oregon State Bar has a lawyer referral service. Lawyers who participate in this service agree to do a first-time in-office consultation for $35 or less.
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