Executive Vice President
B.S. Business Administration - University of Georgia
Cherokee County - Development Impact Fee Review Board
Scott has a rich background in the evaluation of commercial real estate from an investment, as well as development perspective.
Scott contributes across a broad spectrum at Carter by leading Asset Management activities, assisting with sales of our investments and playing a key role in financial underwriting, due diligence and the closing process for future transactions. In addition, Scott also serves on Carter’s Investment Committee and is actively involved in the feasibility of all development deals; he has significant experience with office, mixed-use, multi-family, and retail properties.
Scott joined Carter in 2004 after co-founding and serving as a managing principal of an Atlanta-based real estate investment and management company. Prior to this position, Scott was employed with General Electric Capital Corporation. During his 17 year career at GE, he started as a loan officer and went on to play leadership roles in several areas which included managing the company’s regional asset-management team and later leading a loan and equity origination group in the Southeast. In September 2010, Scott was promoted to Executive Vice President.
On a personal level, Scott is a father of eight children. Everyone familiar with Scott knows he is a passionate “car guy”. Scott and his family are avid off-road Jeep and hot-rod enthusiasts. When Scott isn’t working on his latest car project, he enjoys sailing with his family or hiking and exploring. From a civic perspective, Scott is on Cherokee County’s Development Impact Fee review board.