Another Vancouver real estate agent has had his license suspended for committing professional misconduct.
Robert Quinn Lee, who has a personal real estate corporation called One Percent Realty, has had his license suspended for 14 days by the Real Estate Council of B.C.
In it’s decision, the council says Lee “failed to act honestly and with reasonable care and skill” when he led a buyer’s licensee to believe that he had presented the buyer’s offer to the seller and it had been rejected.
The council says, in fact, he had never presented the offer to the seller.
It involved a property on East 61st Avenue in Vancouver that sold for $760,000 in May of 2014.
Lee says he was distracted by the stress and pressure or caring for his cousin who was dying from terminal cancer.
He says he deeply regrets his errors.
Lee was also ordered to pay a $10,000 fine to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.