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Real Estate Disciplines -2005

Springfield, IL, -- The Division of Banking and Real Estate announced that the Commissioner signed the following orders:

Addison:

Robert Martinez February 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Robert Martinez March 1, 2005
The real estate broker license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to OBRE, and for failure to submit proof that the licensee has: rectified the dishonored check and submitted the required statutory fine.

Aurora:

Angel Balderas May 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Barrington:

Thomas F. Jelinek April 13, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Berwyn:

Jose L. Camarena February 4, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Maureen Loose August 15, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Aldo M. Reyes June 24, 2005
The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Aldo M. Reyes August 25, 2005
The real estate sales license was restored , reprimanded and assessed a $300.00 fine for tendering a dishonored check to DPR.

Bensenville:

Ricardo Negron August 29, 2005
The real estate broker license was suspended for a period of ninety days and reprimanded for (1) failure to release earnest money to the appropriate party in a timely manner when broker was directed by his client, and (2) Failure to provide adequate documentation to show proper accounting for this earnest money in broker's possession.

Berwyn:

Mario Camarena December 2, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was reprimanded for failing to act in the best interests of his client and representing an entity that did not legally exist.

Buffalo Grove:

Anna Stefaniak DiFranco April 18, 2005
The real estate sales license was suspended for twelve months followed by a 3 year probation and assessed a $4000.00 fine as a result of being convicted of the felonies Financial Identity Theft, Fraud by Wire and Computer Fraud in August of 2003.

Dennis M. Gilbert November 3, 2005
The real estate pre-license instructor license was refused renewal due to discipline of another professional license.

Calumet City:

Tyrone Noel October 12, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy a deficiency in child support payments.

Rosalyn N. Sanders December 2, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was denied for conviction of embezzlement by bank employee.

Calumet Park:

Joseph I. Lee July 13, 2005
The real estate sales license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Carol Stream:

Jennifer Sanchez March 1, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to OBRE, and for failure to submit proof that the licensee has: rectified the dishonored check and submitted the required statutory fine.

Chicago:

Sheila Anderson March 21, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was restored then reprimanded and a $300.00 fine was assessed after Respondent rectified an NSF check that had been previously issued to the Division.

Said Arman January 19, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Richard L. Asch February 4, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Saul Azar October 13, 2005
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for a minimum period of 5 years and a $2,500.00 fine was assessed for the following: failing to comply with various Orders of the City of Chicago with respect to his ownership and management of a multi-unit building in Chicago; a criminal conviction pursuant to which he was sentenced to 4 days of incarceration and assessed a $20,000.00 fine; failing to maintain security deposits in escrow accounts; and for practicing real estate on an expired license for approximately 5 months in 2002.

Andrew C. Baker July 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Mary Ellen Bascomb May 24, 2005
The real estate broker license of Mary Ellen Bascomb was permanently revoked for failing to account for $17,400.00 of client funds, and for engaging in dishonorable, unethical, or unprofessional conduct of a character likely to deceive, defraud, or harm the public.

Percy Bromby February 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded (subject to certain conditions) and extra education was required for allegedly failing to fully inform a seller of all material facts after procuring a quit claim deed from the seller.

Percy Bromby October 27, 2005
The real estate broker license was permanently revoked for violating the terms of a Consent Order.

Bradford C. Carney March 1, 2005
The real estate salesperson license remains terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to OBRE, and for failure to submit proof that the licensee has: rectified the dishonored check, submitted the required statutory fine, completed the statutorily mandated salesperson pre-license courses for the expiration of his license and for the 2003 renewal period, received a passing score on the Examination, completed all necessary forms and paid all required fees.

Rose Cece January 19, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

James M. Cleland June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

James M. Cleland October 11, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Valerie Coleman December 2, 2005
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for one year for failing to account for three escrow deposits, for failing to notify the Division of the loss of the escrow records, and for failing to reconstruct the escrow records.

Krystal Correa June 27, 2005
The real estate leasing agent student permit was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Dwight Davis April 29, 2005
The application for a real estate salesperson license was denied as a result of Applicant's convictions 1) the felonies of delivery of 100<400 grams cocaine and armed violence/category I weapon, and 2) 2 counts of the felony of carry/possession of a fire arm.

Maureen De Castris August 25, 2005
The Petition for Restoration was granted with the provision that Maureen E. DeCastris is eligible for the issuance of a real estate license upon completion of all required pre-license education, successful completion of the license examination, payment of all applicable fees, and submission of all required forms.

Steve Fitzgerald April 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was issued and put on probation for a two year period as a result of a felony conviction of Fraud by Wire.

Eunece V. Franklin February 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Robert A. Hamilton May 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Thomas R. Hitchcock May 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Barrett Kennedy November 29, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Firasat H. Khan October 12, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Iwona Kilian July 18, 2005
The real estate leasing agent student permit was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Kenneth E. Klaveter October 11, 2005
The real estate broker license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Randy L Klingensmith February 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Michael A. Kolodny December 2, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and a $500.00 fine was assessed for failure to disclose, in writing, his status as a licensee and his ownership interest in a property.

Robert B. Leonard October 6, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Juanita M. Liepelt October 12, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was reprimanded and a $300.00 fine was assessed for submitting a check in 1991 to DPR that had not been honored by the financial institution upon which it was drawn.

Koran K. Lile August 15, 2005
The leasing agent student permit was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Shannon Long October 6, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Joyce J. Michaels April 13, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

James Milten December 8, 2005
James Milten was assessed a civil penalty in the amount of $10,000.00 for engaging in the practice of real estate after his broker license expired.

Cornel Mintui February 17, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Cassandra Olivier August 15, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Cassandra Olivier October 11, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to OBRE; Respondent promptly signed a Consent Order for Restoration of her license and has paid all necessary fees and costs for restoration.

Richard Ostrowski October 27, 2005
The real estate broker license was permanently revoked for violating the terms of a Consent Order.

William Platt and Access Realty Group, Inc. April 29, 2005
The real estate broker license was suspended for a definite period of one year, after which William Platt will be prohibited from acting as a managing broker until granted written permission by the Division, and a $5,000.00 fine was assessed. The real estate broker corporation license was placed on probation for three years subject to a number of conditions. The disciplines were based upon allegations that William Platt, as managing broker of Access Realty Group, Inc., failed to maintain proper escrow records and made disbursements of escrow deposits without proper written authorization from all of the parties to the transactions.

Albert D. Prudeaux October 19, 2005
The real estate broker license application was denied for failure to satisfy deficiency in child support payments.

Rachel D. Repik April 8, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Mary Harth Royster August 25, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was revoked for a minimum period of five years for failing to account for earnest money.

Taylor St. John July 13, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Reynaldo L. Saez October 12, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Silvester Salas, Jr. April 29, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Emily B. Santos October 13, 2005
Probation of license was terminated, due to satisfaction of all conditions of a 2002 Consent Order.

Brenda Sexton April 29, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Marcia A. Sexton August 15, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Walter Smith June 8, 2005
The application for a sales person license was denied for felony conviction of applicant. Mohammed Akhter- June 24, 2005- Skokie- The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Roger M. Steels October 12, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

James C. Tarr February 17, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was permanently revoked, and a $10,000.00 fine was assessed, for aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of real estate by a corporation, engaging in the practice of real estate on behalf of someone other than the sponsoring broker, failing to properly register multiple assumed business names, aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of an individual, and grossly failing to comply with the terms and conditions of a prior Consent Order dated November 21, 2000.

Lucian D. Varga November 29, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

John Vizuete October 13, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was revoked for a minimum period of 10 years for converting escrow monies on three transactions.

Mike Walsh June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Wesley Watson January 19, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Fred S. Weiner August 15, 2005
The application for a real estate salesperson license was denied as a result of multiple disciplines of Applicant's licenses as a Dentist and Controlled Substance Prescriber, in which he was found to be an immediate threat to the public, due to his (1) gross malpractice, (2) substandard care, (3) patient abandonment, (4) aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of dentistry, (5) repeated malpractice, (6) unprofessional conduct, (7) falsifying records, (8) misrepresentation, (9) billing irregularities, (10) and failure to maintain proper records, among other allegations.

Chicago Ridge:

Jaymi A. Block July 13, 2005
The real estate sales license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Crestwood:

Joseph Varan and Varan Realtors, Inc. March 21, 2005
The real estate broker license of Joseph Varan was reprimanded and a $1,500.00 fine was assessed, and the real estate broker corporation license of Varan Realtors, Inc. was reprimanded and a $2,500.00 fine was assessed, for failing to adequately disclose ownership in properties that we the subject of an auction, failing to disclose all sources of anticipated compensation from the auction, for engaging in misleading advertising.

Crystal Lake:

Excell Lovelace April 8, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Decatur:

Sharon I. Strode January 20, 2005
The real estate leasing agent student permit was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to OBRE.

Des Plaines:

Jerry J. Connolly November 29, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Lawrence J. Meldman October 6, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Wilma M. Tougas October 6, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Effingham:

Terry H. Monroe October 6, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Elmhurst:

Maureen H. Butler February 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

John DeJohn and S&S Group, Ltd. a/k/a ReMax East-West April 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license of John DeJohn was reprimanded and a $1,000.00 fine was assessed, and the real estate broker corporation license of ReMax East-West was reprimanded and certain conditions were agreed upon via Consent Order. The disciplines were based upon allegations that Mr. De John, a sponsored licensee of ReMax East-West, used a real estate sales contract to change commission terms.

Evanston:

Laura P. Bales November 29, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Roxie Monroe December 2, 2005
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for 18 months based upon discipline rendered against Ms. Monroe's appraiser license and based upon Ms. Monroe's failure to disclose the discipline on her 2004 broker renewal application.

Evergreen Park:

Mario Luna October 12, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Frankfort:

Jack Egan February 4, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Glenview:

Larissa M. Gorovaya June 24, 2005
The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Lyle Voga June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Glenwood:

Quantina T. Cummings June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Gurnee:

Donald D. Wagner November 28, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was placed on probation for a period of three years for a theft conviction.

Harvard:

William O'Malley July 13, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Highland Park:

Ryszard Buchowski March 8, 2005
Real estate broker license issued, reprimanded and assessed a $1000 fine for consulting with an another real estate candidate during the licensing examination.

Mariola Buchowski March 8, 2005
Real estate salesperson license issued, reprimanded and assessed a $1000 fine for consulting with an another real estate candidate during the licensing examination.

Homewood:

Ardonna Richardson February 17, 2005
The real estate salesperson license remains indefinitely suspended for falsely certifying on a 2001 renewal form that the licensee was exempt from completing the licensee's continuing education requirements, and for failure to submit proof that the licensee has completed the statutorily mandated continuing education for the 2001 and 2003 renewal periods.

Joliet:

James A. Baudino December 6, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Kankakee:

Michael D. Ringo October 12, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy deficiency in child support payments.

Lake Bluff:

Donald Glyman January 20, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded, and a $1,400.00 fine was assessed, for practicing real estate on an expired license for seven months, and for acting as the managing broker for a licensed corporation during the same seven months.

Lombard:

Ronald J. Latko June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Lansing:

Virgil L. Anderson May 28, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Roberta Thomas March 21, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and extra education was required for acting as a dual agent and a buyer in a transaction.

Marengo:

Joseph F Sangirardi March 21, 2005
The application for licensure as a real salesperson was granted. Once the license is issued it will be placed on probation for a period of one year as a result of Sangirardi having been dismissed from the Stickney Police Department. Following are the conditions of probation: managing broker shall submit quarterly reports detailing extent of supervision over Sangirardi; the extent of his real estate activity and her understanding of the real estate business; any complaints or other concerns regarding him.

Marion:

Reeta D. Hunt June 24, 2005
Reeta D. Hunt was assessed a civil fine in the amount of $25,000.00 for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate.

Markham:

Gloria Gunn May 24, 2005
The real estate salesperson license of Gloria Gunn was suspended for 90 days and a $7,500.00 fine was assessed for acting as an agent on over 20 transactions while here license was expired between 4/30/01 and 6/2/04.

McHenry:

Dianna L. Drury-Akers January 20, 2005
The real estate broker license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to OBRE.

Medinah:

Mark W. Smith April 18, 2005
The real estate broker license of Mark W. Smith was reprimanded and a $1,500.00 fine was assessed based upon allegations that Mr. Smith, while acting as a buyer and as his own agent, received commission compensation directly, rather than from his sponsoring broker.

Mundelein:

James Mendoza June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Naperville:

Cathy S. Cotter October 6, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Joseph O. Doninger April 8, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Akif Malek- October 20, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

New Berlin:

Carol Gruwell October 20, 2005
Carol Gruwell was assessed a civil fine in the amount of $25,000.00 for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate.

Niles:

Thomas J Paxton February 17, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

North Aurora:

Ramon Garcia July 13, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Northbrook:

Michael A. Neustadt April 8, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Northlake:

Ronald Fabiani and Michael Begovich April 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license of Ronald Fabiani was reprimanded, a $1,500.00 fine was assessed, and additional education was required. The real estate broker license of Michael Begovich was reprimanded, a $1,500.00 fine was assessed, and additional education was required. The disciplines were based upon allegations that Respondents assumed a listing of property without authority from one of the owners, or without prior written authority from Court, and that Respondents advertised the property as "court ordered sale" without proper authority from one of the owners.

North Riverside:

Harold E Cutler February 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Oak Park:

Peter R. Gutierrez November 29, 2005
The real estate leasing agent student license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Oregon:

Susan E. Wright June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Orland Park:

Shil R. Patel March 21, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Palos Heights:

Robert A. Carlberg October 27, 2005
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for a minimum of 2 years for failure to timely disburse and account for escrow funds.

Paul Anthony Piaskowy February 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Park Ridge:

Rita Q. Dauphinee February 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Henry J. Dauphinee February 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Ceasar Skiba March 21, 2005
The application for a real estate salesperson license was granted subject to an indefinite period of probation for having been convicted (at the approximate age of 21) of the unlawful delivery of a controlled substance.

Petersburg:

Robert Reiser October 7, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Plainfield:

George E. Gorgenson February 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Thomas H. Lee April 13, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Peru:

Bonnie K. Block-Lester October 13, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and a $3,000.00 fine was assessed for entering into an agreement with the owner of property and negotiating the sale of such property, despite knowledge that an exclusive brokerage agreement for the property existed with another broker.

Thomas L. Guttilla October 13, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and a $3,000.00 fine was assessed for entering into an agreement with the owner of property and negotiating the sale of such property, despite knowledge that an exclusive brokerage agreement for the property existed with another broker.

Richmond:

Robert E. May October 27, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and a $3000.00 fine was assessed for failure to promote the best interest of the client.

Richton Park:

Michael A. Boose June 27, 2005
The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Rockford:

Derrick L. Lewers April 13, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Rolling Meadows:

John J. Jozwiak October 6, 2005
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Romeoville:

Joseph Rossi August 15, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Schaumburg:

Richard Donlea and Thomas McEvoy December 8, 2005
Richard Donlea and Thomas McEvoy were each assessed a civil penalty in the amount of $1,000.00 for engaging in the practice of real estate after their licenses expired.

Shorewood:

John Burchardt September 20, 2005
Mr. Burchardt was assessed a civil fine in the amount of $25,000.00 for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate, further aggravated by evidence that Mr. Burchardt acted as an imposter of the Division.

South Holland:

Mark Haines February 4, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded, and a $4,000.00 fine was assessed, for failing to adequately supervise a sponsored licensee who acted as a dual agent in transaction involving commercial property.

Angela Thomas Lots April 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and Angela Thomas Lots was prohibited from acting as a self-sponsored broker or a managing broker until granted written permission from the Division. The discipline was based upon allegations that Angela Thomas Lots accepted an Escrow Release without a date for the seller's signature and subsequently made a late disbursement from the escrow account.

Springfield:

George Staab and Dennis Polk May 24, 2005
The real estate salesperson license of George Staab was reprimanded, extra education was required, and a $1,000.00 fine was assessed. The real estate broker license of Dennis Polk was reprimanded, extra education was required, and a $1,000.00 fine was assessed. The disciplines were based upon allegations that George Staab acted as both a dual agent and as a seller, and he made a misrepresentation about the real estate to the buyer. Dennis Polk, as managing broker, failed to provide adequate supervision of George Staab.

Stronghurst:

Janice Neff February 18, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded, and a $500.00 fine was assessed, for failing to deposit an earnest money check into an escrow account in a timely manner.

Swansea:

Tovaughna A. Tipton Adams January 20, 2005
The real estate sales license was placed on probation for three years and assessed a $1,000 fine for engaging in unprofessional conduct and holding herself out in a name other than that on her license.

Tinley Park:

Maria C. Cronin December 2, 2005
A previous Order was modified to allow the real estate broker to become self-sponsored.

University Park:

Kimberly Magee April 8, 2005
The application for a real estate salesperson license was denied as a result of a conviction of a felony, Bank Larceny.

West Chicago:

Daniel A. Quane August 29, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and a $5,000 fine was assessed for broker's activities of unlicensed practice as a real estate salesperson from 1997 to 2001.

Jack Kammes October 13, 2005
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and a $5,000.00 fine was assessed for aiding and abetting in the unlicensed practice of real estate from March 1997 to May 2001.

Westmont:

Marie Watson April 29, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Woodridge:

Mellonie Metoyer June 24, 2005 - The real estate sales license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to DPR.

Woodstock:

Louise Berger and Thomas Smith August 15, 2005
The real estate broker license of Louise Berger was suspended for 30 days, followed by a period of probation for two years, subject to various conditions, and a $3,000.00 fine was assessed. The discipline was based upon allegations that Ms. Berger failed to properly service a listing agreement and acted without the authority of a client. The real estate broker license of Thomas Smith was placed on probation for a period of one year, subject to various conditions, and a $5,000.00 fine was assessed. The discipline was based upon Mr. Smith's role as the managing broker for Ms. Berger and for failing to comply with the Escrow Rule.

Yorkville:

Jim A Warbritton February 18, 2005
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

 
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