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  1. James

    September 15, 2011 at 10:33 am

  2. gregflynn

    September 15, 2011 at 10:43 am

    One of Ramsey’s companies was disciplined in 2006 by the NC Real Estate Commission:

    BATTS & RAMSEY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LLC (Raleigh) – By Consent, the Commission suspended the firm license of Batts & Ramsey Property Management for a period of six months effective June 29, 2006. The Commission then stayed the suspension for a probationary period of one year. The Commission found that Batts & Ramsey Property Management failed to supervise its employees in the maintenance of the trust accounts and records relating to such accounts and did not maintain the trust accounts and records for these funds in the manner required by Commission rules. The Commission noted that the firm cooperated with the Commission’s investigations and took substantial corrective measures to bring the firm’s records into compliance and that no consumer incurred any financial losses as a result of the firm’s conduct.

  3. James

    September 15, 2011 at 12:38 pm

    Good find Greg. It looks like Tillis has a requirement that his inner circle members come with clouds of criminality. Nice work, Thom.

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