Cameron Carter

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.

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Waiting for distressed Valley multifamily deals? Nothing to see here, at least not yet

Twitter By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal Out-of-state investors circling the Valley that are waiting to swoop in and buy distressed multifamily units in the region may be waiting a while. Cameron Carter, a partner at Phoenix-based Rose Law Group who is heading up a new practice group focused on strategic due diligence and opportunistic acquisitions, said he’s expecting some distress

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NAR sued over pocket listings policy; could have ‘significant impact,’ says Cameron Carter, RLG Partner and Transactional Department Director

By Candace Taylor | Wall Street Journal The real-estate industry’s largest trade association, the National Association of Realtors, and two of its affiliates are facing a federal antitrust lawsuit challenging a new rule that effectively bans NAR members from marketing homes privately, or “off-market.” The lawsuit was filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

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IRS Extends Deadlines For 1031, Opportunity Zone Investors; RLG Partner Cameron Carter Comments

By Jarred Schenke | Bisnow Atlanta Investors who have like-kind exchange or opportunity zone deadlines between April 1 and July 15 now have a little more time to close their deals. The IRS issued new guidance Thursday night that granted all taxpayers, including “trusts, estates, corporations and other non-corporate tax filers” a filing extension until July 15. The National Association of Realtors told its members the

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What if I can’t pay my mortgage? RLG Transactional Dept. Director Cameron Carter comments

By Catherine Reagor | The Republic Foreclosures recently hit a 15-year low in metro Phoenix but could quickly climb as more homeowners can’t pay their mortgage because they lost income or jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Already, a record number of Arizonans have applied for unemployment benefits as businesses have shuttered or scaled back operations to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Help is being

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Watch out for the ‘Corona Clause’ being added to real estate contracts; RLG transactional department director Cameron Carter comments.

By Amy Dobson | Forbes While real estate activity has slowed down significantly as the coronavirus takes hold, it hasn’t screeched to a halt completely. There are still some buyers out there who are willing to purchase homes based on virtual tours or who have already identified the location they want to live in and if a home comes on

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Rose Law Group Coronavirus Task Force Working with Biz and Non-Profits on Access to Stimulus Funding

Rose Law Group Reporter Staff Rose Law Group is worrying about you, your family, coworkers and friends health.  As we were founded by a near germophobic Jordan Rose, this is something we are taking seriously.  The day the virus was announced in America we formed a Coronavirus Task Force to identify issues relating to the virus that might become relevant to the business

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