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  1. Brokered of approximately 200 retail leases and/or sales while with the Commercial Retail Division of Henry S. Miller Company, including numerous transactions with the same retailers such as Target, Wendy’s, Fayva Shoes, Dress Barn, Taylors Books, and others.

  2. Raised the debt and equity for the acquisition of a retail power center on I-45 in the Houston, Texas area near The Woodlands, TX.

  3. Sold the shopping center located on NW Highway west of Midway Road, Dallas, Texas for over $500 psf.

  4. Colony Corners Shopping Center, The Colony, Texas.

  5. Two Kroger-anchored shopping centers, DFW.

  6. Anna Corners Shopping Center, Anna, Texas.

  7. Regent Cross II Shopping Center, Las Colinas, Texas.

  8. Numerous Wal-Mart-shadowed-anchored shopping centers.

  9. Bone Daddy’s House of Smoke Restaurant, Austin, Texas (Mr. Scott also developed and sold the property, and guaranteed the construction).

  10. Woodpark Plaza Shopping Center, The Woodlands, Texas.

  11. Kingwood Shopping Center, Houston, Texas.

  12. Broadway Corners Shopping Center, Garland, Texas.

  13. College Park Shopping Center, The Woodlands, Texas.

  14. Provided a $4.5 million construction loan for a 16,000-square-foot Walmart shadow-anchored, retail development in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The developer’s cash equity requirement was only 3% of the total cost.

  15. Provided an $11.8 million, 100% construction loan for retail development in the Dallas area that included the retailers shown below. The developer was not required to invest any additional capital in this deal.

  16. Raised approximately $12 million of debt and equity for the re-development of an 85,000-square-foot Kohls Department Store in the DFW area.

  17. Raised equity capital for two investment funds sponsored by a Texas-based investor which has built/invested in/developed 13,000 (mainly retail) properties over the last 40 years, with no losses to its investors. Expected IRRs in the upper teens.

  18. Raised $1.5 million of equity capital for the redevelopment of vacant grocery store in a neighborhood shopping center in Rowlett, Texas. This value-add opportunity should double the investor’s investment in two years.

  19. Negotiated a 100% LTC, non-recourse acquisition and pre-development loan for a vacant, 12-acre retail land speculation in Fort Worth, Texas.

  20. Negotiated a new banking relationship for a retail investor that deposits over $32M (in cash) per month.

  21. Negotiated an SBA loan for the development of a drive-in movie theatre in DFW.

  22. Lincoln Corners Shopping Center, Harlingen, Texas.

  23. Consulted for shopping center developments in Austin, Texas, and East Texas.

  24. Baylor Scott & White Hospital Sunnyvale, Texas.

  25. Sold of a 160,000-s.-f. shopping center in Ohio to Lincoln Property Company.

  26. North Hills Shopping Center, Ada, Oklahoma.

  27. The Plaza Shopping Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

  28. Closed a $10+ million construction loan for Market Street at Ardmore, OK, a power center in Ardmore, OK. The center is anchored by a 62,000-square-foot Academy Sports & Outdoor.

  29. Raised equity capital for a 65,000-square-foot Academy Sports & Outdoor-anchored shopping center in Ardmore, Oklahoma. The developer was Burk Collins Company. The city has agreed to reimburse a substantial portion of the newly generated $3 million of new sales taxes of the retailers and to pay for $2.5 million worth of the cost of the site work.

  30. Negotiated a 100% LTC cost construction for a Walgreens store development in FL.

  31. Lakeview Village and Indian River Shopping Centers, Biloxi, Mississippi.

SF Residential

  1. Raised equity capital for residential lot development (330 lots) in Ellis County, Texas. LGI Homes, the national homebuilder that has committed to buy the lots upon completion, will deliver much-needed entry-level homes. HSM Dalcon, a Henry S. Miller Company subsidiary, is the sponsor. Expected IRR in the mid-20s.

  2. Raised equity capital for several funds sponsored by Residential Capital Partners of Dallas, Texas, which was formed in June 2010 to originate and collect secured, short-term single-family residential purchase and rehabilitation loans from the franchise network of HomeVestors of America. Since 3Q 2010, the program has originated and funded $100MM in loan volume. Their investors have suffered no losses.

MF Residential

  1. Park at Woodmoor Apartments, Shenandoah (The Woodlands), Texas.

  2. Sold a 25-acre, two-phase, multi-family site in San Antonio, Texas to DHI Communities, the national multi-family development company of D.R. Horton, Inc., the largest homebuilder in the US.

  3. Raised equity capital for Jefferson Routh Creek, JPI’s Class AA apartment development in Richardson, Texas. JPI stands as one of the most active privately held real estate companies in America.

  4. Raised equity capital for Jefferson Eastshore, JPI’s Class AA apartment development in Las Colinas, Texas.

  5. Closed a $67-million bridge loan for an existing Class AA multi-family project in Las Colinas, Texas (financed out 100% of the cost!). The complex was only 22% leased at the time. This loan lowered the cost of funds overall.

  6. Sold an entitled tract of land in Odessa, Texas intended for a 240-unit multi-family development. This property will be financed through the HUD 221 (d) (4) program.

  7. Sold a 32-acre, multifamily tract of land in Carrollton, Texas (one-day closing!). Eighteen months later, Mr. Scott resold the tract for 3X+/- the original price. The project is called The Ellis; developed by NPR of Cleveland, Ohio.


  1. Consulted for a group of physician/investors for the financing and development of Tuscan Professional Building, Las Colinas (Irving), Texas. The total cost was approximately $9 million, and it was sold for approximately $15 million.
  2. As both principal and broker, “flipped” a tract of land in Richardson, Texas to Huffman Builders for a medical office building development.

  3. Served as the on-site Development Partner of Bridgepoint Square I, a four-story office building in Austin, Texas.

Distressed Debt

  1. Raised the equity capital required to fund the purchase of approximately 2,300 defaulted automobiles loans for (purchased at substantial discounts). The investors received all their invested equity capital in four months and then, it kept paying for years. The sponsor was Consumer Finance Asset Management (CFAM) of Dallas, Texas.

  2. Raised the equity capital required to fund first-lien mortgages for a value-add, single-family home renovation program. The investment pays a fixed 12% return. The sponsor was Residential Capital Partners of Dallas, Texas.

  3. Distressed SF homes in the Midwestern US.


  1. Raised equity capital for Frisco Self-Storage in Frisco, Texas.

  2. Consulted on several self-storage acquisitions.

  3. Closed a $6.7 million bridge loan for two self-storage facilities, both in the DFW area.


  1. Carrier Air Conditioning Facility, Houston, Texas.

  2. Negotiated a lease of a 25,000-s.-f. warehouse in Dallas, Texas for a tenant/client.

  3. Lake Murray Marina, Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma.

SF Residential
MF Residential
Distressed Debt


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