Disciplinary actions: Real estate brokers and managing brokers

For details about many of these disciplinary actions, please see Search business and professional licenses.

June 2017

Eric Fuller – Vancouver

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Failure to ensure all persons conducting real estate brokerage services on behalf of the firm were appropriately licensed.
  • Action: Real Estate Designated Broker is required to take a course in real estate office management; assessed a fine of $1,000 due within 12 months.

Paul Young – Vancouver

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Conducted unlicensed activity.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license is suspended for a period of 1 year, all stayed (not imposed) for a period of 3 years; assessed a fine of $2,000 due within 12 months.

May 2017

Marie Pittari — Seattle

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Collected management fees and conducted property management services outside of firm and without the designated broker's knowledge and failed to cooperate with the Department; Converted funds for personal use.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license revoked for 10 years.

Greg Perry — Mukilteo

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Failure to notify the Department regarding a complaint or conviction within 20 days as required.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license suspended for 1 year, 6 months actual, with remaining 6 months stayed (not imposed) for 3 years.

April 2017

Judith Guerrero — Seattle

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Collected management fees and conducted property management services outside of firm and without the designated broker's knowledge; Failed to cooperate with the Department.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license revoked for 5 years; assessed a fine of $5,000 due within 12 months.

February 2017

Priscilla Mayer — Bellingham

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Conversion of trust funds; failure to use skill and care; failure to deal honestly and in good faith; failure to turn in transaction documents and failure to cooperate with Department.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license revoked for 10 years and assessed a fine of $5,000.

Mauricio Muguira — Kirkland

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Unlicensed loan origination activity; failure to cooperate with Department.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license revoked for 5 years and assessed a fine of $1,000.

Rodney Morasch — Vancouver (North Dakota)

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Misrepresentation of material facts in listing a home; failure to use skill and care and to deal honestly and in good faith.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license suspended for 1 year and assessed a fine of $5,000.

Barbara Nelson — Tacoma

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Failure to notify Department of judgment; conversion of funds and failure to cooperate with Department.
  • Action: Real Estate Designated Broker license revoked for 10 years and assessed a fine of $5,000.

October 2016

Debbie Biggs — Aberdeen

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Failure to maintain adequate records, conversion of trust funds, failure to supervise staff and provide documents to the Department.
  • Action: Real Estate Designated Broker License suspended for 3 years, all stayed (not imposed) for a period of 5 years. Relinquish all property management contracts and fined $2,000 due within 9 months.

Jackie T. Nguyen — Seattle

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Kept designated broker from accessing firm records. Failure to answer transfer application questions truthfully. Failure to report judgments to Department.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker License suspended for 1 year, all stayed (not imposed) for a period of 3 years and fined $1,000 due within 1 year.

Jae H. So — Bellevue

  • Finding: Unprofessional conduct — Agreed to Stipulation to Disbarment by WSBA.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker License revoked for 5 years.

August 2016

Jill Billings — Vancouver

  • Finding: Unprofessional Conduct — Acceptance of referral fees paid outside of real estate firm. Failure to keep or deliver transaction documents to designated broker.
  • Action: Real Estate Managing Broker license suspended for 1 year, all stayed (not imposed) for a period of 3 years and fined $1,500 due within 9 months.

Ronny T. Wilson — Federal Way

  • Finding: Unprofessional Conduct — Failure to keep or deliver transaction documents to designated broker timely. Failure to deliver earnest money within 2 business days of mutual acceptance.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license suspended for 1 year, all stayed (not imposed) for a period of 3 years and fined $1,500 due within 9 months.

July 2016

Frank Lopez — Yakima

  • Finding: Unprofessional Conduct — Acceptance of commission paid outside of real estate firm. Failure to cooperate with Department.
  • Action: Real Estate Broker license suspended for 1 year, all stayed (not imposed) for a period of 3 years and fined $500 due within 1 year.

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