Bob Taylor
President

President

Specialized Area of Practice - Bob Taylor is the Founder and President of the company and has been continually active with commercial real estate in the Charlotte Metro Region since 1982, where he has extensive experience in all aspects of the real estate land transaction business. His specialty has been the acquisition and disposition of large land tracts including site location and analysis, disposition strategies, and being able to create unique approaches to problem-solving, and strong win-win negotiations leading to successful closings. He has a reputation as being a deal maker and has been recognized in the Charlotte Metro Region on multiple occasions for his accomplishments.


Project Approach - While representing both buyers and sellers, corporations and individuals, Bob Taylor exhibits a strong work ethic, boundless energy, and imagination in pursuit of the client’s objectives. He is recognized by clients and peers in the industry as a broker who treats everyone with fairness and respect. Utilizing the numerous contacts and relationships he has developed over the +35years, he can source fresh and off-market land opportunities for the discriminating buyer. For the seller who wants to dispose of well positioned commercial and residential land tracts, he can quickly identify the most likely buyers.  He tries to never over-promise, but rather tries to always over-perform. 


Project Experience - Bob Taylor’s passion is selling land, which has led to his being responsible for a number of notable transactions. To mention a few examples: He represented the seller of 217 acres which led to the development of the acclaimed Birkdale Village mixed-use project in Huntersville, NC. In a transaction which involved an $82 million philanthropic gift, he represented the seller of the 400,000sf Park Road Shopping Center. For the 150 acre Afton Ridge Shopping Center in Kannapolis, he represented the seller. He was responsible for the 29-acre Great Wolf Lodge project in Concord, where he represented the buyer. With the 700 acre Whitehall mixed-use development at I-485 and S. Tryon St., he represented the land owner. In a challenging, time-sensitive assignment, he managed the assemblage and acquisition of 2,000 acres for his national land development client.