Arizona’s largest female owned law firm is proud to announce the appointment of Real Estate and Transactional Attorney Cameron Carter as the firm’s new partner at Rose Law Group pc (RLG).
Carter, who specializes in Real Estate Transactions, Acquisition, Due Diligence, Real Estate Finance, Development/Redevelopment, Land Use/Entitlements and Development Agreements, first joined RLG as a law clerk in 2006 while finishing law degree at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.
After passing the Arizona State Bar, Carter began practicing Real Estate law assisting clients with numerous acquisitions and depositions of the purchase and sale of land, multifamily and commercial properties.
Since 2007, Carter has also been advising clients on Development Impact Fees, Commercial Leasing, Closings, Investments, Landlord/Tenant, Tax Liens, Trustee’s Sale/Foreclosure, Construction, Municipal Law, Renewable Energy, Business Transactions and Community Associations.
He’s represented farmers, investors, developers, local and national home builders, REITs, charter schools, landlords and non-profit corporations in a variety of real estate transactions and other real estate and business matters.
“This has been a long time goal of mine to be a partner at Rose Law Group,” said Carter. “I enjoy helping clients add value by tackling complex real estate and development issues. I’m thrilled to continue helping founder Jordan Rose implement her vision for providing exceptional service to our clients.”
While at Rose Law, Carter has worked to solve a number of issues involving development impact fees, building permits, eminent domain, right of way acquisition, rezoning cases, and use permits. Carter also works on a variety of election law matters including initiative and referendum, political committees, candidate qualification and campaign finance issues.
Jordan Rose founded Rose Law Group in 2000 and the firm quickly developed the reputation as being of one Arizona’s most innovative firms in the state. Since its inception, Attorneys Court Rich and Ryan Hurley have also become partners.
Rose said Carter’s unique background of serving as a commercial construction manager at Jokake Construction, and holding a real estate broker’s license allows him to provide solid legal advice and makes great real estate business sense.
“I have seen a lot of great real estate attorneys, but never have I met one with the extensive real life real estate business background of Cameron Carter,” said RLG founder Jordan Rose. “Cameron lives real estate and has a rare gift. He is both precise in transactional work, and a great land use and zoning attorney. From the moment he walked in our doors 7 ½ years ago, I knew he was the future of Rose Law Group. We are really blessed to have Cameron as a partner.”
As part of the new appointment, Carter will also head the Transactional Real Estate Department and with the upturn in the economy, Carter welcomes the challenge.
“The economy is rebounding, and we have to continue helping clients increase values, getting deals closed, recognizing risk, mitigating risks, and just exceeding their expectations on every acquisition,” said Carter.
Carter is a Cactus High School graduate and a fifth generation Arizonan. He feels strongly about serving the community. He has worked as a volunteer leader with the Boy Scouts of America and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the McCormick Ranch Property Owner’s Association, but his most important job is serving as a husband and father of four children.