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, Real Property Lease Defaults, Terminations and Recoveries, Real Property Lending Defaults, Foreclosures and Recoveries, Creditor Representation in Bankruptcy Proceedings
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
Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Transactional Department, Cameron Carter, speaks at 2018 Tax Reform Symposium
Please be our guest as we review and discuss the new congressional 2018 tax bill. Space will be limited so please review the agenda and RSVP by clicking the link below. The Panel will focus on the impacts of this new legislation and address issues concerning: Individual Investors Commercial Business Operating Companies Real Estate Investors Local and National Economy
Trump, real estate investors get late-added perk in tax bill; Rose Law Group Partner and Transactional Dept. Director, Cameron Carter, comments
Late revision supplies break based on investments in property Corker, who dropped opposition, says he wasn’t aware of change By Lynnly Browning and Benjamin Bain | Bloomberg Lawmakers scrambling to lock up Republican support for the tax reform bill added a complicated provision late in the process — one that would provide a multimillion-dollar windfall to real estate investors such
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Aloravita The Arizona State Land Department, Aloravita I, LLC, Shea Homes Limited Partnership, Pulte Home Company, LLC and Taylor Morrison/Arizona, Inc. closed Friday on the $15.9 Million sale of a 103.44-acre property located in Peoria at 75thAvenue and Jomax Road within the Aloravita Master Planned Community. Aloravita I (Dave Allsop) was the underlying Certificate of Purchase
HOAs foreclosing on hundreds of Phoenix-area homeowners for as little as $1,200; Rose Law Group Partner and Transactional Dept. Director, Cameron Carter, comments on the Republic investigation
By Jessica Boehm and Catherine Reagor | The Republic Homeowners associations, the enforcers of neighborhood paint colors, holiday decorations and trash bins, are leading the latest surge in Phoenix-area foreclosures. HOAs are foreclosing on a record number of homeowners for as little as $1,200 in missed maintenance payments, according to an Arizona Republic investigation. And homeowners who thought only their mortgage lender could
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Block Sports Group By Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch The Casa Grande City Council voted 7-0 Wednesday night to approve a rezone change of 1,500 acres for a proposed amusement park, setting the stage for the massive project to begin construction. The land along Interstate 8 was rezoned for a planned area development to include
Amusement park gets first approval from Casa Grande commission before big crowd; Rose Law Group Director of Transactions, Cameron Carter, makes the pitch
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents the developers of Dreamport Villages.) By Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch The City Hall Council Chambers were packed with people Thursday night. Citizens stood, huddled outside the chambers’ entrance and along the room’s walls, curious to hear about an amusement park being developed in Casa Grande. Block Sports Company was seeking approval of a