David Carter is the co-founding partner of Grechi Carter Professional Corporation. His practice is focused on residential and commercial real estate law, private mortgage financing and mortgage enforcement work. He enjoys advising clients on structuring various real estate related business opportunities including real estate development, mortgage brokering, mortgage syndications, and establishing and administering private mortgage investment groups, companies and trusts.
Mr. Carter completed his JD law degree at Queen’s University, which included a certificate in International Public Law at Herstmonceaux Castle, in East Sussex, England. Before attending Queen’s, Mr. Carter received a BA from McGill University with a double major in Economics and History.
Mr. Carter is the co-author of the real estate law text book: Real Estate Transactions, 2nd Edition. He has taught as an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School and at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and is an ongoing teacher for the Real Property Investment Certificate Program offered in partnership with the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. He has authored papers for the Six Minute Real Estate Lawyer and other conferences on topics including Time of the Essence, Outstanding Building Permits, Construction Financing and Mortgagees, Self-to-Self Power of Sales, s. 17 of the Mortgages Act, and CRA Super Priorities and Mortgages.