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SANTA FE – The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department’s Securities Division today announced a new outreach program that provides New Mexico law enforcement officials and prosecutors with free training and resources to help investigate complaints about investment fraud and other financial crimes.
ALBUQUERQUE - The New Mexico Real Estate Commission has revoked the license of an Albuquerque broker who misrepresented her role to her client in a seller-financed real estate transaction.
Camille Lisa Milke, formerly qualifying broker for Realty Authority, agreed in a settlement agreement with the Commission to accept revocation of her license and never re-apply for a broker’s license in New Mexico. The Commission made its decision on Monday.
ALBUQUERQUE- New Mexico Real Estate Commission has issued a cease and desist order against a former Chama real estate broker whose license was revoked last year following two separate disciplinary cases.