Rob Patchett & Fred Moreno

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About Robert (Pictured left)

Robert A. Patchett serves as Associate Legal Counsel II for the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. In that position, he prosecutes complaints before the Commission, conducts settlement negotiations of contested cases, and responds to inquiries relating to License Law, Commission Rules, and real estate transactions, generally. Prior to joining the Commission in 2015, he practiced real estate law with a Raleigh law firm. He received his undergraduate degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his law degree from Campbell University School of Law.



Fred Moreno is Deputy Legal Counsel for the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.

A Cary, North Carolina native, Fred graduated from East Carolina University with honors and attained a degree in Business Administration.  After working in the mortgage industry for 5 years at Wells Fargo in Charlotte, North Carolina, he returned to the Triangle to attend North Carolina Central University School of Law, receiving his J.D. degree with high honors in 2010. Following graduation from law school, Fred joined the Durham County District Attorney’s Office, where he prosecuted criminal cases for the State of North Carolina.  He joined the Commission’s Regulatory Affairs staff in June, 2013.

Fred’s duties involve prosecuting complaints before the Commission; conducting settlement negotiations of contested cases; representing the Commission on appeal; and responding to inquiries relating to the License Law, Commission rules, and real estate transactions, generally.


North Carolina Real Estate Commission Website:

“Back of the Bulletin”

September 18 | 9:00am – 10:00am

Fred Moreno, Deputy Legal Counsel and Rob Patchett, Associate Legal Counsel II from the NC Real Estate Commission will discuss the following in their “Back of the Bulletin” presentation :

  • The Complaint process
  • How investigations are handled
  • What Brokers should do when they receive a Complaint
  • The different levels of sanctions and what they mean
  • The majority of issues that we see that cause the most complaints


Property Management Education Session – NC REAL ESTATE COMMISSION

September 18 | 9:00am – 5:00pm