Sam leads the Real Estate practice. His experience includes all aspects of commercial real estate and community association matters. He regularly assists commercial and residential developers in the acquisition, subdivision, development, zoning, and sale of real property, including the formation of complex, mixed-use planned communities, commercial and residential condominiums, and multi-tenant commercial projects.
Additionally, Sam represents purchasers and lenders with regard to the evaluation of failed and distressed real estate projects and the development of strategies to maximize value and limit liability in connection with those projects. He also assists developers in the preparation of planned community and condominium documents and represents condominium and community associations on a wide variety of legal matters, including transition issues, restatement and amendment of community documents, and resolution of community issues and disputes.
Sam is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Real Property Law: Commercial Transactions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Samuel B. Franck