Wyatt Booth focuses his practice on real estate transactions involving shopping centers, corporate offices, hotels, condominiums and residential subdivisions. He also has represented landowners and developers before local and state governmental agencies regarding various zoning, land use, environmental and development permit matters.  Wyatt also has significant experience with right of way and easement acquisitions, representing both public bodies and landowners.

Wyatt Booth focuses his practice on real estate transactions involving shopping centers, corporate offices, hotels, condominiums and residential subdivisions. He represents landowners and developers before local and state governmental agencies regarding various zoning, land use, environmental and development permit matters.  Wyatt also has significant experience with right of way and easement acquisitions, representing both public bodies and landowners.

Wyatt frequently assists financial institutions and borrowers with their lending transactions.  He works with national banks, regional banks, community banks and non-traditional lenders on a wide array of matters, including construction loans, asset-based loans and commercial and industrial loans, with particular experience in HUD insured and SBA guaranteed loans.

He also represents developers and community associations on issues such as drafting, amending and interpreting documents; developer transition; enforcement of covenants; financing and fund management; assessment collection; lien filing and foreclosures; and insurance and management concerns. He is an experienced municipal attorney, and he has served as the town attorney for the Town of Manteo since 2010.

Wyatt has extensive real property litigation experience, particularly focusing on eminent domain and land use litigation, as well as troubled asset and foreclosure work. This experience allows him to anticipate potential problems for his clients and to advise them on how to protect themselves from future litigation.

Wyatt is a member of the Wake County, North Carolina, Virginia and American Bar Associations. Wyatt received his Juris Doctor degree from the Washington & Lee University School of Law, where he was a staff writer for the Washington & Lee Law Review. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from North Carolina State University.