Practice Areas: Land Use and Zoning, Real Estate Transactions, Business and Corporate Transactions, Education Law, Transportation Issues, State Land, Special Districts, Public Private Partnerships, Government Affairs, Administrative Law, Real Property Tax Valuation and Appeals, Tax Lien Foreclosures, Homeowners Associations and CC&R’s, Development Agreements
Cameron Carter is a Partner and Director of the Transactional Department at Rose Law Group pc. He has a unique background as he served as a Project Manager for Jokake Construction Company on a wide variety of commercial projects for 3 ½ years prior to attending law school. With his expertise in the construction industry, he has a depth of knowledge that is unique to most attorneys and this helps him to advise clients in the areas of real estate development, land use, and zoning. Mr. Carter has worked to solve a number issues involving development impact fees, building permits, eminent domain, right of way acquisition, rezoning cases, and use permits. In addition to real estate and development issues, Mr. Carter works on a variety of election law matters including initiative and referendum, political committees, candidate qualification and campaign finance issues.
Mr. Carter is a fifth generation Arizonan and feels strongly about giving service in the community. He has worked as a volunteer leader with the Boy Scouts of America and previously served on the Board of Directors of the McCormick Ranch Property Owners’ Association. Cameron Carter is a graduate of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he was named a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar. Mr. Carter completed his undergraduate studies at Arizona State University in 2000, where he graduated cum laude and received his Bachelor of Science from the Del E. Webb School of Construction.
In The News
Reduced Impact Fees To Keep Economic Momentum Rolling In Pinal County, Says Rose Law Group Partner, Transactional Dept. Dir. Cameron Carter
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter Pinal County has lowered a number of development impact fees for commercial and residential developments. The fees are what developers and builders pay to the county to help with the costs of infrastructure and services that accompany new growth. The Pinal County Board of Supervisors has approved the lower impact fees. The fees vary by
How elimination of 1031 exchange could impact RE investors; Rose Law Group Partner, Transactional Dept. Director Cameron Carter comments.
By Alyssa Tufts | AZBigMedia Real estate is one of Arizona’s most powerful economic drivers in Arizona. However, certain real estate investors could see a decline in profits and their income tax rate could increase if a plan Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden proposed is enacted. Biden recently announced a $775 billion plan to boost Child and Elderly care. The
Retail landlords offer COVID clauses in new leases; Rose Law Group Partner, Transactional Dept. Director Cameron Carter comments
By Esther Fung | The Wall Street Journal Retail landlords are including pandemic language in new leases, a previously rare feature as tenants seek protection after the first government-mandated coronavirus shutdowns in March complicated their negotiations for rent relief. Because many insurance policies didn’t cover pandemic-related losses, landlords have offered various concessions to attract and retain tenants, including allowing them
Arizona launches program to assist rental property owners; a welcome relief, says Rose Law Group Partner, Transactional Dept. Director Cameron Carter
By AZRE | AZ Big Media Applications for Arizona’s Rental Property Owner Preservation Fund, providing assistance to rental property owners across the state who are facing a loss of rental income due to COVID-19, opened today. Governor Doug Ducey announced $5 million for this Fund last month. All applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the entire amount is awarded.
How a tax benefit for developers could backfire in pandemic; RLG Partner and Transactional Department Director Cameron Carter comments
By Paul Sullivan | New York Times Something remarkable is percolating in the commercial real estate market: Investors may end up losing millions in tax savings on gains from the sale of their properties because of the coronavirus pandemic. Like-kind real estate exchanges, also known as 1031 exchanges (after the provision in the Internal Revenue Code), allow investors to sell a
By Rose Law Group Law Clerk Peter Furlow and Rose Law Group Partner Cameron Carter The condition of a property is often a focal point in the negotiation of a sales transaction. Buyers usually want certain assurances or warranties regarding the condition of the property. Sellers, on the other hand, want to limit their liability regarding the condition of the property. Perhaps the