Real estate brokers have a statutory obligation to keep client information confidential. Failing to do so is a violation of New York Property Law and can lead to license forfeiture.
A broker with the commercial brokerage Grubb & Ellis was accused in a complaint to the state Division of Licensing Services this month with having acted “in an untrustworthy and incompetent manner by reason of his unauthorized disclosure of client information.”
After wrestling with myself, I have decided to withhold his name (though it is a matter of public record), so let’s call him Mason Leicester.
The 45-page complaint alleges that Leicester Continue reading