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Mr. Scott combines decades of practical experience, an impressive body of work with quality developers/sponsors and an intuitive nature to provide attractive equity and debt alternatives for preleased developments.


  • Brokered approximately 200 retail leases and/or sales while with the Commercial Retail Division of Henry S. Miller Company (under Herbert D. Weitzman), including numerous transactions with the same retailers such as Target, Wendy’s, Fayva Shoes, Dress Barn, Taylors Books, and others.
  • Raised the debt and equity for the acquisition of a retail power center on I-45 in the Houston, Texas area near The Woodlands, Texas.
  • Sold a 160,000-square-foot shopping center in Ohio to Lincoln Property Company.

Shopping Center
in Dallas, Texas

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

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Bone Daddy’s House of Smoke Restaurant, Austin, Texas

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


  • Northwest Highway @ Midway Road, Dallas, Texas.

  • Colony Corners Shopping Center, The Colony, Texas.

  • Two Kroger-anchored shopping centers, DFW.

  • Anna Corners Shopping Center, Anna, Texas.

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

  • Numerous Walmart shadow-anchored shopping centers.


  • Woodpark Plaza Shopping Center, The Woodlands, Texas.

  • North Hills Shopping Center, Ada, Oklahoma.

  • Kingwood Shopping Center, Houston, Texas.

  • Broadway Corners Shopping Center, Garland, Texas.

  • The Plaza Shopping Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

  • College Park Shopping Center, The Woodlands, Texas.

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


Construction Loan for a Retail Development

Provided an $11.8 million, 100% construction loan for a retail development in Richardson, Texas that included the retailers shown on the left. The developer was not required to invest any additional capital in this project.


7-Eleven Development in Florida

Financed a $6.3M loan for a 7-Eleven development in Florida. Closed the loan with a 100% lender who reimbursed $322K in predevelopment expenses. As the construction proceeds the 100%
lender will fund all the costs.


$10+ Million
Construction Loan

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


Kohl’s Department Store

Raised approximately $12 million of debt and equity for the “right-sizing” of an 85,000-square-foot Kohl’s Department Store in Weatherford, Texas. 


Razzoo’s Cajun Café

Raised equity capital for development of a
Razzoo’s Cajun Café, Charlotte, NC.

  • 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.

  • 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 (2) years.

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

  • Negotiated a new banking relationship for a retailer that deposits over $32M (in cash) per month.


Coyote Drive-In Theatre, Lewisville, Texas

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

Walgreens in Florida (Illustration only)

Negotiated a 100% LTC construction for a Walgreens store development in Florida.

Baylor Scott & White Hospital

Sunnyvale, Texas

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