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AGUILLON, RUTH REZA0HIDALGO MISSION03/2016Order to cease and desist all unlicensed real estate brokerage activities. Assessment of an administrative penalty of $5,000.Respondent held herself out to be a real estate license holder and engaged in real estate brokerage activity without a license by listing a property for sale.
AGUILLON, RUTH REZA0HIDALGO MISSION08/2015Ordered to cease and desist all unlicensed real estate brokerage activities. Assessment of administrative penalty of $5,000.00.Respondent held herself out to be a real estate license holder and engaged in real estate brokerage activity without a license by showing a property to a prospective tenant, by preparing a lease agreement, and by collecting $2325.00 as security deposit and other fees and failing to return those amounts.
AGUIRRE, SAMUEL D572426BEXAR SELMA10/2015Agreed three-year suspension of broker license fully probated for three years. Agreed administrative penalty of $2,000.00.Respondent represented that it was appropriate for the buyer to pay for repairs before owning the property, and the buyer paid Respondent $10,000.00. Respondent subsequently told the buyer that an additional $1,000.00 was needed for option money, and the buyer paid Respondent $1,000.00. The transaction did not close. Respondent refunded the buyer $5,000.00 and later agreed to refund the buyer the remaining $6,000.00. Respondent engaged in conduct that is dishonest, or in bad faith, or that demonstrates untrustworthiness.
Aijalon Properties, Inc.N/ADALLAS Dallas09/2009Agreed administrative penalty of $500 and order to cease and desist unlicensed real estate brokerage activities, entered September 22, 2009engaging in property management and leasing services for others for a fee and advertising on its web site services for property management and leasing, in violation of §1101.351(a) of the Texas Occupations Code.

AKABUE, CHRISTOPHER CHIDI620881DALLAS DALLAS06/2012Agreed two (2) year probationary license issuedCommission of an offense that directly relates to the duties and responsibilities of the occupation of a licensed real estate salesperson under 22 Tex. Admin. Code §541.1. Applicant provided documentation addressing the factors outlined in Tex. Occ. Code §53.023 and, subject to reasonable terms and conditions of a probationary license, demonstrated that Applicant possesses the requisite honesty, trustworthiness, and integrity to qualify to be licensed as a real estate salesperson under Tex. Occ. Code §1101.354(2).
Akbar, Shezad Tony553894DENTON Lewisville 09/2011Revocation of salesperson license, effective September 26, 2011; Assessment of an administrative penalty of $20,000, effective September 26, 2011multiple counts of failing 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); failing to report all subsequent changes within 10 days after a change of any of the listed contact information (mailing address, phone number, and email address), in violation of 22 Tex. Admin. Code §535.96(a) [formerly 22 Tex. Admin. Code §535.91(c)]; multiple counts of procuring or attempting to procure a license for the license holder or a salesperson by fraud, misrepresentation, or deceit or by making a material misstatement of fact in an application for a license, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(a)(2); acting or representing that he is a broker, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.351(a)(1); establishing an association by employment or otherwise with a person other than a license holder if the person is expected or required to act as a license holder, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(b)(26); and aiding, abetting, or conspiring with another person to circumvent Chapter 1101 of the Texas Occupations Code, in violation of Tex. Occ. Code §1101.652(b)(27).
Akbar, Shezad Tony553894DENTON Carrollton11/2007Agreed reprimand of salesperson license, entered November 27, 2007; Agreed administrative penalty of $250, entered November 27, 2007after expiration of his sponsoring broker's license, Mr. Akbar's license was inactive and he continued to engage in the business of a real estate broker or salesperson, in violation of §1101.351(c) of the Texas Occupations Code; Mr. Akbar acted negligently when he continued to conduct real estate brokerage activities with a person as his partner whose salesperson license had expired, in violation of §1101.652(b)(1) of the Texas Occupations Code
Aker, Amy C.578453TRAVIS Austin02/2011Suspension of salesperson license until required information is received and administrative penalty is paid in full, effective February 1, 2011; Assessment of an administrative penalty of $1,500, entered February 1, 2011failure 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).
Akintoye, Adesoji Waheed527681HARRIS Houston09/2008Agreed revocation of salesperson license fully probated for 1 year, effective September 3, 2008; Agreed administrative penalty of $500, entered September 3, 2008failing to complete mandatory continuing education hours and pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f)
Alanis, Landry538783DENTON Little Elm02/2010Agreed revocation of salesperson license fully probated for 9 years, effective February 1, 2010procuring a license by making a material misstatement of fact regarding his criminal history in his original application of July 11, 2005, in violation of §1101.652(a)(2) of the Texas Occupations Code; procuring a license by making a material misstatement of fact regarding his criminal history in his Late Renewal of Real Estate Sales person License of October 17, 2007, in violation of §1101.652(a)(2) of the Texas Occupations Code; failing to inform the commission, not later than the 30th day after the date of the entry of a plea of guilty to a criminal offense, in violation of §1101.652(a)(9) of the Texas Occupations Code.
Alaniz, Maria472389BEXAR San Antonio03/2007Agreed reprimand of salesperson license, entered March 22, 2007; Agreed administrative penalty of $500, entered March 22, 2007failing to 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
ALCALA, MARIA ELENA593077BEXAR SAN ANTONIO04/2015Agreed reprimand of salesperson. Agreed administrative penalty of $2,000.00.Although unauthorized and without the knowledge of her sponsoring broker, salesperson managed rental properties for third party owners. Salesperson maintained an account in her own name for the property management money, the account was not designated as a trust or escrow account, and she commingled the money of the owners with her own money.
ALDEN PROPERTIES LLC9002489CORYELL COPPERAS COVE07/2013Agreed one-year probationary broker license issued. Agreed administrative penalty of $1,000.00.Applicant conducted brokerage activities without being licensed through a real estate broker. Applicant demonstrated that Applicant possesses the requisite honesty, trustworthiness, and integrity to qualify to be licensed as a real estate broker.
Alderson, Sandra Lynn382943CALDWELL Lockhart06/2008Agreed reprimand of broker license, entered June 4, 2008; Agreed administrative penalty of $750, entered June 4, 2008failing to complete the mandatory continuing education hours and pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f)
Alderson, Sandra Lynn382943CALDWELL Lockhart01/2010Agreed revocation of broker license fully probated for 6 months, effective January 29, 2010; Agreed administrative penalty of $750, entered January 29, 2010failing within a reasonable time to make good a check issued to the Commission, in violation of §1101.652(a)(4) of the Texas Occupations Code; failing to pay a check processing fee within 15 days after the Commission has mailed a request for payment, in violation of 22 TAC §534.2(a)
Alejos, George Limon420683BEXAR San Antonio10/2007Agreed revocation of broker license fully probated for four years and two months, effective October 15, 2007payment of $46,733.55 made by the Texas Real Estate Recovery Trust Account toward satisfaction of a judgment against George Limon Alejos as provided by §1101.655(a) of the Texas Occupations Code
ALEJOS, GEORGE LIMON420683BEXAR SAN ANTONIO06/2015One-year suspension of broker license, effective when renewal license issues. Assessment of an administrative penalty of $10,100.00. Respondent acted negligently or incompetently in drafting a contract, including various issues related to completion of the form, the applicability of the seller’s disclosure, and failing to document the agreement of the parties in a timely fashion. Respondent failed to make clear in the contract who he was representing. Respondent failed to provide the seller and buyers with the Information About Brokerage Services form. Respondent failed to obtain written consent to act as an intermediary. Respondent failed to maintain records for at least four years. Respondent failed to give the Commission written notice of his business name.
Alexander, Diana Marie455746HARRIS Houston06/2007Revocation of salesperson license, effective June 6, 2007failing to pay the $200 fee within the 60-day period provided by 22 TAC §535.92(f)
Alexander, Titus569961WILLIAMSON Hutto03/2009Agreed reprimand of salesperson license, entered March 18, 2009procuring or attempting to procure a licensed under this chapter for the license holder or a salesperson by fraud, misrepresentation, or deceit or by making a material misstatement of fact in an application for a license, in violation of §1101.652(a)(2) of the Texas Occupations Code
ALFORD, ALLISON MEREDITH663291ELLIS MIDLOTHIAN11/2015Agreed five-year probationary salesperson license issued.Commission of an offense that directly relates to the duties and responsibilities of the occupation of a licensed real estate salesperson under 22 Tex. Admin. Code §541.1. Applicant provided documentation addressing the factors outlined in Tex. Occ. Code §53.023 and, subject to reasonable terms of a probationary license, demonstrated that Applicant possesses the requisite honesty, trustworthiness, and integrity to qualify to be licensed as a real estate salesperson.

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