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2016


May

Mariola Abilheira, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Mercer County – By Consent Order dated May 4, 2016, Abilheira admits to a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(d) by failing to account for or to pay over money belonging to others coming into her possession. A fine of $1,500 was imposed.

Donna Antonucci, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-salesperson, Hudson County – By Consent Order dated May 11, 2016, Antonucci admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11-5-6.4(a) by failing to protect and promote the interests of the client or principal that she had undertaken to represent. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Richard J. Bilofsky
, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Union County – By Final Order of Determination dated May 26, 2016, the Commission determined respondent Bilofsky violated N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.3 in that he engaged in license lending and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17c in that his conduct demonstrated incompetency. Bilofsky’s real estate broker’s license is revoked for a period of five years from the date of the Order and Bilofsky is ineligible to apply for any real estate license for a period of five years. A $5,000 fine was imposed.

Betty Devoti, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated May 4 , 2016, Devoti admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by failing to supervise the activities of a salesperson under her employ, specifically by not having a security deposit deposited in a timely manner. A fine of $1,500 was imposed.

Anthony Freda, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Essex County – By Consent Order dated May 13, 2016, Freda admits to violating N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) for making substantial misrepresentations regarding the status of a property – both to a prospective client as well as in the MLS system. Freda admits to a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by altering the dates on a contract of sale and to a violation of  N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4 in that he failed to protect and promote the interests of his clients. Freda’s eligibility to hold a real estate license of any kind is revoked for life.

Frank R. King, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Sussex County – By Consent Order dated May 4, 2016, King admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.3 by charging an advance fee to a consumer and not providing an accounting as to the use of such monies. A fine of $1,000 was imposed.

Alexis J. Park, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Union County – By Consent Order dated May 4, 2016, Park admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a), failing to protect and promote the interests of the client or principal that she had undertaken to represent, specifically by removing a transaction file from the office of her broker and turning it over to an attorney representing one of the parties in the transaction. A fine of $1,000 was imposed.

Marixsa C. Rolon
, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Essex County and Tiffany Group, LLC, an unlicensed entity – By Final Order of Determination dated May 5, 2016, the Commission determined Rolon violated the following statutes: N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by failing to comply with a Commission issued subpoena; N.J.S.A. 45:25-27(d) by failing to account for or to pay over monies belonging to another which came into her possession; N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(o) and N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1(c) by commingling the money of a client with her own; N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by failing to pay over monies and commingling; N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) by failing to protect and promote the interests of her principal; N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(l) in that the aforementioned actions constitute fraud and dishonest dealings; and N.J.S.A. 45:15-1 and 3 in that Tiffany Group, LLC’s involvement in the lease deposit transaction constituted unlicensed activity. Rolon’s real estate salesperson license is revoked for four years. Full restitution shall be made prior to any re-licensure. A fine in the amount of $5,000 was imposed.

Saul Sanchez
, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Union County – By Final Order of Determination dated May 26, 2016, the Commission determined respondent Sanchez violated N.J.S.A. 45:15-12.3, N.J.S.A. 45:15-1 and N.J.S.A. 45:15-3 by engaging in real estate activity during the period of his license revocation and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17e in that his conduct demonstrated unworthiness. Sanchez’s real estate salesperson’s license is revoked for a period of five years from the date of the Order. A $5,000 fine was imposed.

John J. Sass, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Essex County – By Consent Order dated May 13, 2016, Sass admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.5 in that as broker of record he failed to properly supervise the activities of a salesperson in his employ. Sass shall complete at least three additional hours of continuing education coursework on the topic of agency and/or ethics which shall not count towards the mandatory required hours. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Jeffrey D. Sloan, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Burlington County – By Consent Order dated May 11, 2016, Sloan admits to two violations of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(s) by failing to notify the Real Estate Commission within thirty days of both an initial charge and a conviction and to a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by not indicating his arrest on the license renewal questionnaire. A $1,500 fine was imposed.

March

Patricia Demilia, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-salesperson, Bergen County – By Consent Order dated March 24, 2016, Demilia admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(b), failure to ascertain all material information relating to her listing, specifically by not promptly disclosing to buyers that mold remediation had occurred at the property. A $1,500 fine was imposed.

Gregory Laubert, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Atlantic County – By Consent Order dated March 24, 2016, Laubert admits to a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(d) by failing to account for or to pay over money belonging to others coming into his possession. A fine of $1,500 was imposed.

Scott Reighard, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Atlantic County – By Consent Order dated March 24, 2016, Reighard admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by failing to supervise the activities of a salesperson under his employ. A fine of $1,500 was imposed.

Michael Sullivan, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Camden County – By Consent Order dated March 22, 2016, Sullivan admitted to a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-9. Sullivan’s real estate license is held on a probationary status with standard conditions.

February

Grace Soden, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Monmouth County – By Consent Order of dated February 2, 2016, Soden admits to acting in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a), making a substantial misrepresentation and N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(b), failure to ascertain all material information relating to her listing by not representing the property appropriately as a short sale in the MLS. A $1,500 fine was imposed.

Thomas P. Duffy, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Gloucester County – By Consent Order dated February 2, 2016, Duffy admits to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by failing to supervise the activities of salespersons under his employ. A fine of $2,000 was imposed.

Nancy Kowalik, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Gloucester County – By Consent Order dated February 2, 2016, Kowalik admits to acting in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.4(c) in that she maintained an office in the dwelling premises. A fine of $1,000 was imposed.

Edyta Karpowicz, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Middlesex County – By Consent Order dated February 2, 2016, Karpowicz admitted to be in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e), conduct demonstrating unworthiness, bad faith and dishonesty; and, violating N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(l) in that the underlying conduct constitutes fraud and dishonest dealing, by violating the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act, N.J.S.A. 17:33-1 et seq. for violations including filing a fraudulent dental insurance claim for services never received. Karpowicz agrees to surrender her real estate license, with prejudice, for a period of five (5) years and shall be ineligible for any real estate license until February 9, 2021, at which time she must fully comply with any applicable licensing requirements in effect at that time.

January

Kelli Ciancaglini, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Camden County – By Consent Order dated January 29, 2016, Ciancaglini admitted to being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(s) by failing to notify the Commission within thirty  (30) days of an indictment; and, a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) in that the above action demonstrates incompetency. Ciancaglini’s license is placed on probation. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Michael Contino, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Camden County – By Consent Order dated January 12, 2016, Contino admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) by providing a lockbox code and key access to the buyer without the permission of the homeowner, allowing the buyer unattended access. Contino agrees to take an additional three (3) hours of continuing education coursework in the content area of agency, which will not count towards his mandatory continuing education requirements. A $1,500 fine was imposed.

Adele DeMoro, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated January 26, 2016, DeMoro admits that she acted in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:15-4.2(A)(1) by failing to supervise a salesperson under her employ who used an advertising method which involved a lottery. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Vincent Failla, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Essex County – By Consent Order dated January 12, 2016, Failla admits to a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e), incompetency, by failing to process the 2013-2015 license renewal of a license in his employ in a timely manner. A fine of $1,500 was imposed.

Trudy Grimaldi, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Bergen County – By Consent Order dated January 26, 2016, Grimaldi admits to violating N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(s) in that she failed to notify the Commission within thirty (30) days of the filing of criminal charges. Grimaldi’s license is placed on probation. A $500 fine was imposed.

Anne M. Magliaro, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-salesperson, Ocean County – By Consent Order dated January 26, 2016, Magliaro admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(b) by failing to make a reasonable effort to ascertain all material information concerning the physical condition of a property for which she accepted agency in that she did not conduct a visual inspection of the property; and, to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.2(a)(5) by failing to obtain initials of all parties to a change to a rental agreement. A fine of $1,500 was imposed.

Catherine Moeller, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Ocean County – By Consent Order dated January 26, 2016, Moeller admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2 by failing to supervise the activities of persons under her employ. A $2,000 fine was imposed.

Terrence Moeller, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Ocean County – By Consent Order dated January 26, 2016, Moeller admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(b) by failing to make a reasonable effort to ascertain all material information concerning the physical condition of a property for which he accepted agency in that he did not conduct a visual inspection of the property. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Jeffrey Spector, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated January 26, 2016, Spector admits to a violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(g) and N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.1(m) by using an advertising method which involved a lottery. A $750 fine was imposed.

Lawrence Stone, a licensed New Jersey real estate salesperson, Atlantic County – By Consent Order dated January 13, 2016, Stone admits to violating N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(s) (two counts) by failing to notify the Commission within thirty (30) days of the filing of formal criminal charges against him and that he had been convicted of a criminal offense. Stone’s license will be held on probation for two (2) years. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

 
2015


December

Mark Rogalo, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Camden County By Consent Order dated December 1, 2015, Rogalo admits to a violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) by allowing access to a neighbor of the home he listed without the permission of the home owner. A fine of $2,500 was imposed.

Mary C. Tafur, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Union County – By Final Order dated December 11, 2015, the Commission determined Tafur violated N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) & (e) by making substantial misrepresentations to consumers by signing another licensee’s name to transactional documents during the course of two real estate transactions and violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-3 and N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by using her real estate license to benefit another. Tafur’s license is suspended for three (3) months and, upon any reinstatement, Tafur’s license will be held on probation for two (2) years. In addition, Tafur is required to complete the seventy-five (75) hour salesperson pre-licensure coursework and the thirty (30) hour broker pre-licensure course on ethics. A fine of $2,500 was imposed.

Mary Sanchez, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Union County – By Final Order dated December 1, 2015, the Commission determined Sanchez to be in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) & (e) by making substantial misrepresentations to consumers by allowing another licensee to appear in her stead and sign her name on transactional documents. Sanchez’s license is suspended for two (2) months and, upon any reinstatement, will be held on probation for two (2) years. In addition, Sanchez is required to complete the seventy-five (75) hour salesperson pre-licensure course. A $500 fine was imposed. 

September

Jeffrey M. Brookman, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Union County – By Final Order of Determination dated September 16, 2015, the Commission determined Brookman to be in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.1 by actively engaging in the real estate business as a real estate salesperson without the requisite signed Independent Contractor Agreement. A $2,500 fine was imposed.

Samuel Boyd, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated September 29, 2015, Boyd admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-3.9(a) by failing to return the licenses of five (5) licensees within five (5) business days of when he ceased to be active and violating N.J.A.C. 11:5-3.9(c) by failing to file an office closing affidavit within thirty (30) days of the date of which he ceased engaging in the real estate brokerage business. A fine of $1,500 was imposed.

Charles Omar Hernandez, an unlicensed person, Hudson County – By Final Order of Determination dated September 4, 2015, the Commission determined Hernandez to be in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-9 by becoming unruly and threatening in a licensing test facility. The Commission further determined Hernandez to be in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-3.4(a) by referring to a text book during the course of the state examination. Hernandez is barred from taking the New Jersey real estate salesperson’s class and state examination for a period of one (1) year from October 7, 2014, and shall requalify in accordance with the Commission’s regulation then in effect.

Offir Hillel, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Middlesex County – By Consent Order dated September 29, 2015, Hillel admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by failing to supervise the activities of a salesperson under his employ and to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) by failing to collect the second deposit in a transaction. A fine of $3,000 was imposed.

Michael Matthews, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-salesperson, Middlesex County – By Consent Order dated September 29, 2015, Matthews admits to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4 and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) by failing to collect all deposits as required and by preparing and presenting executed contracts stating Orange Key Realty was holding said deposits in three separate transactions. A $2,500 fine was imposed. 

Mark J. McKenna, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-salesperson, Burlington County – By Consent Order dated September 1, 2015, McKenna admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.9(b) by failing to obtain a written informed consent of the parties to act as a disclosed dual agent. McKenna is required to complete an additional three (3) hour Agency course which will not count towards the required twelve (12) hours of Continuing Education. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

August

Olivia Alford and Alford Real Estate, Inc., formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Brokers, Burlington County  – By Final Order dated August 10, 2015, the Commission determined Respondents to be in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.4(b) and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17e (two counts) by failing to comply with the home office requirements. Respondents were in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17t for failing to maintain a home office separate and apart from living quarters with a clearly visible separate entrance; and Respondents were in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-12 by failing to have a prominent display on the exterior showing the name in which the broker is authorized to do business as well as the name of the authorized broker. Respondent Olivia Alford’s Real estate broker license is revoked for six (6) months from date of Order. Respondent Alford Real Estate, Incorporated’s brokerage license is revoked for six (6) months from dated of Order.

Theodore Gustenhoven, Jr., a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Essex County – By Consent Order dated August 4, 2015, the Commission determined that Gustenhoven violated N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1(e) by failing to promptly deposit funds from three (3) separate transactions and violated N.J.S.A. 45:15-17a by engaging in a substantial misrepresentation by preparing and presenting an executed contract indicating TJ Gustenhoven was holding an initial deposit when said deposit had been returned to the buyer. A $3,000 fine was imposed. 

Barbara A. Reinecke and Pasch Realty, Inc., licensed New Jersey real estate Brokers, Monmouth County – By Final Order of Determination dated August 26, 2015, the Commission determined Respondent Reinecke to be in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17o, N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1(a) and (c) by commingling the monies of  her principals by depositing monies received in rental transactions into the operating account and failing to maintain a special account. Respondents Reinecke and Pasch Realty, Inc. are in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.4(b)1-3 and 11:5-5.1(e) by failing to record financial information, reconcile and maintain records, and deposit funds within five (5) days; and, Respondents are in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4 by failing to protect and promote the interests of the real estate clients. Reinecke’s broker license is revoked for two (2) years from the issuance of the Order. Reinecke is eligible to hold a salesperson license, on probation, provided she completes the salesperson pre-licensing course within three (3) months of issuance of the Order. To qualify for re-licensure as a real estate broker, Reinecke is required to complete all broker pre-licensure education courses and pass the examination.

July

Grayce Kelleher, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-Salesperson, Cape May County – By Consent Order dated July 29, 2015, Kelleher admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) by collecting the second deposit on a listing late. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Edward Francis Stinson, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-Salesperson, Marie Bontigao, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, and April Ward, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Camden County – By Final Order dated July 28, 2015, the Commission determined that Respondents Stinson and Bontigao violated N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(o) and N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1(a) and (c) as they commingled the money of their principals with their own and failed to maintain in special accounts. The Commission determined that the conduct of Stinson and Bontigao set forth above, demonstrated unworthiness, bad faith, dishonesty, fraud and dishonest dealings in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) and (l). Further, the Commission found such conduct by Stinson and Bontigao violated N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(b) in that they failed to protect and promote the interests of their principals. Respondent Stinson was found to be in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2 and 11:5-4.4(a) in that he failed to properly supervise the activities of Respondents Bontigao and Ward. Further, Respondent Stinson was found to be in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.4(b)(1), (b)(2), (b)3 and (b)4 for failing to record required information on trust account checkbooks and ledgers as well as for failure to make quarterly reconciliations and maintain business records as required by the regulations. The Commission imposed a lifetime revocation of any and all real estate licenses presently or formerly held by Respondents Stinson and Bontigao. A fine of $25,000 was imposed for Stinson and a $20,000 fine was imposed for Bontigao. *Respondent Ward was originally named in this complaint but entered into a Consent Agreement with the Real Estate Commission on May 20, 2014.

Sabrina Tiflinsky, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Bergen County – By Consent Order dated July 28, 2015, Tiflinsky admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) by failing to collect deposit money on a listing and failing to disclose her relationship with the buyer. Tiflinsky also admitted being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) by substantially misrepresenting information in the contract of sale for above listing. Tiflinsky’s license is suspended for three (3) months and she is required to complete the thirty (30) hour Agency and Ethics broker pre-licensing course in addition to the required Continuing Education courses. A $5,000 fine was imposed.

Kathleen Costa, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-Salesperson, Bergen County – By Consent Order dated July 28, 2015, Costa admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.5 by failing to supervise the activities of Respondent Tiflinsky as branch office manager. Costa is required to complete the thirty (30) hour Agency and Ethics broker pre-licensing course in addition to the required Continuing Education courses. A $2,000 fine was imposed.

June

Kwan “Leo” Yeo, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Bergen County – By Consent Order dated June 23 , 2015, Yeo admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1(c) 2 & 3 by failing to deposit the funds of others into the designated escrow account of his broker. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Kim Cook, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Hunterdon County – By Consent Order dated June 23, 2015, Cook admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) by failing to deal fairly with the seller; and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) by making a negligent misrepresentation by indicating a deposit was in on a contract of sale when it was not. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Norman J. Goldberg, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Hunterdon County – By Consent Order dated June 23, 2015, Goldberg admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2 by failing to supervise a salesperson in his employ; and, N.J.S.A. 45:15-12.5 and N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1 in that he failed to maintain an escrow account as required by statute. A $1,500 fine was imposed.

Ramon Hazell, a formerly licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Morris County – By Consent Order dated June 23, 2015, Hazell admitted to being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) in that his conduct demonstrated dishonesty. Hazell’s license is revoked until he completes the term of his criminal probation.

May

Russell A. Beierle, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Sussex County – By Consent Order dated May 19, 2015, Beierle admitted to being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by failing to comply with a duly served subpoena. A $500 fine was imposed.

Hui Geller, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated May 19, 2015, Geller admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4 by failing to collect all deposits as required in the contract; and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) by preparing and presenting an executed contract indicating said deposit, which was never obtained, was held by the agency. A $2,000 fine was imposed.

Hans H. Gross, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Sussex County – By Consent Order dated May 19, 2015, Gross admitted to being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by failing to comply with a duly served subpoena. A $500 fine was imposed.

Irina Krongauz, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated May 19, 2015, Krongauz admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4 by failing to collect all deposits as required in the contract; and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) by preparing and presenting an executed contract indicating said deposit, which was never obtained, was held by the agency. A $2,000 fine was imposed.<

Jonathan Loori, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated May 19, 2015, Loori admitted to being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(c), demonstrating unworthiness; and violating  N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by failing to notify the Commission of being charged, demonstrating incompetency; and violating N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(s)- two counts- by failing to notify the Commission within 30 days of the accusation and conviction. Loori’s license is revoked until the term of his criminal probation is completed. Should Loori wish to reinstate at that time, proof of completion of probation must be provided and Loori must requalify for licensure. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Eleanor Murray, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Camden County – By Consent Order dated May 19, 2015, Murray admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(f) by failing to enter a property into the Multiple Listing Service within 48 hours of the effective date of the listing. A $500 fine was imposed.


April

Joseph Cassese, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Ocean County – By Consent Order dated April 21, 2015, Cassese admitted to being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(c & e) by failing to obtain the permission of the owner before listing the property for rent. A $500 fine was imposed.

Ann Degener
, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Cape May County – By Consent Order dated April 21, 2015, Degener admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(c) by failing to disclose material information with respect to a rental property. A $500 fine was imposed.

Jeffrey Fox
, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated April 21, 2015, Fox admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by failing to supervise the activities of salespersons under his employ, specifically with respect to collection of deposit monies required under contracts. A $2,000 fine was imposed.

Anthony L. Houser,
a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Cumberland County By Consent Order dated April 21, 2015, Houser admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(t) by failing to protect and promote the interests of buyers, clients who he had undertaken to represent, and violating N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(c) in not disclosing all information material to the physical condition of a property. Houser is required to complete a 30-hour pre-licensure Broker course on ethics and agency law in addition to any required continuing education courses. A $3,000 fine was imposed.

Delores Lanzalotti
, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Cape May County – By Consent Order dated April 21, 2015, Lanzalotti admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by failing to supervise the activities of salespersons under her employ, specifically with respect to disclosure of material information with respect to a rental property. A $500 fine was imposed.

March

Maritess Garcia, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker-Salesperson and licensed New Jersey Real Estate School Director/Instructor, Union County – By Consent Order dated March 3, 2015, Garcia admitted acting in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-11.11(c) by failing to fulfill her obligation to provide a complete pre-licensure course. A $500 fine was imposed.

Jason Nazzaro, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Bergen County – By Consent Order dated March 3, 2015, Nazzaro admitted acting in violation of N.J.S.A. 11:5-5.1 and N.J.S.A. 45:15-12.5 by failing to maintain an escrow account. A $1,000 fine was imposed.

Blake Shanaphy, an unlicensed person, Morris County – By Consent Order dated March 3, 2015, Shanaphy admitted violating N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(n) in that he attempted to obtain a real estate license by failing to report a prior conviction on the licensing application. A fine of $500 was imposed.
 

February

David Lluberes, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Union County – By Consent Order dated February 24, 2015, Lluberes admitted to violating  N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1(e) by failing to collect and deposit the funds in a transaction within five business days and violating N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4(a) and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(t) by failing to deal with all parties in the aforementioned transaction. Lluberes is required to complete a three hour course in agency within six months in addition to the mandatory twelve hour continuing education required of every licensee. A fine of $750 was imposed.

Cara N. Moxley, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Union County – By Consent Order dated February 24, 2015, Moxley admitted to violating N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.4 by failing to properly supervise a licensee with respect to collections and deposits in an escrow account.

Adele De Moro, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated February 24, 2015, De Moro admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.2(a) by failing to supervise the activities of salespersons under her employ, specifically the failure of her salesperson to collect all deposit money required under the contract prepared by her office. A $2,000 fine was imposed.

Carol Kozlowski, a licensed New Jersey real estate Salesperson, Monmouth County – By Consent Order dated February 24, 2015, Kozlowski admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4 by failing to collect all deposits as required in the contract and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(a) by preparing and presenting an executed contract indicating the brokerage was holding a deposit which was never obtained. A $2,000 fine was imposed.

James Lam, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Bergen County – By Consent Order dated February 24, 2015, Lam admitted to being in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-4.1(a)4 and (e) by using an employment agreement that did not contain a provision that any future changes would not be binding unless agreed to by all parties and failing to provide an accounting of commissions due within 30 days of termination of employment. A $1,500 fine was imposed.

Dawn McCann, a licensed New Jersey real estate Broker, Burlington County – By Consent Order dated February 24, 2015, McCann admitted to being in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17(e) by failing to obtain the signature of the co-owner of a property prior to listing the property. A $500 fine was imposed.

 
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