Roland D. Freeman
is a Real Estate Finance
and Property Management
Expert with experience in Group Investment, Acquisitions, Marketing
. He holds the CPM, CRE and FRICS designations from IREM, Counselors and Royal Chartered Surveyors. Mr. Freeman's total lifetime transactions have passed the four billion dollar level. Besides being involved in some manner with over 175,000 apartments, he has handled development, management, and/or finance on several million square feet of retail, industrial, and office space as well as six hotels. His subdivision and site development experience has covered nearly 1,000 acres. During the last 50 years, Mr. Freeman estimates that he has been to 2,000 closings and signed nearly one billion dollars worth of real estate mortgages. He now has over 100 public and private real estate syndications added to his experience.
Mr. Freeman now devotes most of his personal time to consulting, research and litigation support. His cases deal with Property Management, Finance, Construction, Development, Acquisitions, Due Diligence, Syndication, Partnership and Real Estate Brokerage and Accounting Issues
. He has given testimony in Federal Bankruptcy, Tax and District Courts and numerous State and County Courts. He also participates in arbitration panels and as an NASD arbitrator. Mr. Freeman's cases have been 70% defense, 30% plaintiff in twenty-five years as an expert.
Mr. Freeman has been an officer in numerous professional and trade organizations including the Presidency of two national groups. He is a frequent speaker and writes and teaches in industry schools and seminars. He has received numerous awards for outstanding service and achievement in his field of expertise.
Areas of Expertise
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- Maintenance and Security
- Development Feasibility
- Bankruptcy Plan Feasibility
- Property Management Standards
- Fraud in Sales Transactions
- Due Diligence Issues
- Standards of Care in Employee and Resident Screening
- Contractor Supervision
- Forensic Property Management Accounting Issues