Carleton Compton

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Carleton Compton is a Vice President of Brokerage Services, specializing in corporate real estate services to the healthcare sector. Based in Equity’s Tampa office, Carleton is a proven agent in the Greater Tampa Bay market for all healthcare-related real estate services. His expertise spans regional and national markets, consulting on portfolio account management, lease administration, strategic market analysis, acquisitions and site selection. He understands the business of health care, commercial real estate, and the economic factors affecting local medical communities. Carleton has represented clients in over 20 states, and has completed nearly 182 sales/lease transactions. His clients include publically traded companies, private equity firms, hospital systems, urgent care practices, dental groups, and numerous medical practices.

Most recently, Carleton was awarded the “Real Estate Forum’s 40 under 45,” a national award for top producing agents. Notably, he has been honored to speak at a variety of educational panels, including the University of Florida’s Bergstrom Council. The Equity Healthcare Team also offers a scope of services under Carleton’s umbrella that includes tenant and landlord representation, site selection, acquisition, disposition, and development of builds-to-suit sites for various Healthcare groups. His client’s look to his Team to provide expertise in evaluating purchase or lease decisions, estimating overall occupancy costs, analyzing growth strategy, and consulting on specialized medical build-out requirements.

Carleton is an active member in the community in which he lives. Previously he was a contributing member of the Board of Directors for the Children’s Cancer Center, where he previously held the Chairman position. He has also been a member of the Advisory Board of the Gulf Ridge Council for Boy Scouts and is the former President of the local University of Alabama Alumni Association. Carleton is also a CCIM member of the CCIM Institute and serves on the West Coast Chapter Board as the Sponsorship Committee Chair.

 

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Carleton Compton is a Vice President of Brokerage Services, specializing in corporate real estate services to the healthcare sector. Based in Equity’s Tampa office, Carleton is a proven agent in the Greater Tampa Bay market for all healthcare-related real estate services. His expertise spans regional and national markets, consulting on portfolio account management, lease administration, strategic market analysis, acquisitions and site selection. He understands the business of health care, commercial real estate, and the economic factors affecting local medical communities. Carleton has represented clients in over 20 states, and has completed nearly 182 sales/lease transactions. His clients include publically traded companies, private equity firms, hospital systems, urgent care practices, dental groups, and numerous medical practices.

Most recently, Carleton was awarded the “Real Estate Forum’s 40 under 45,” a national award for top producing agents. Notably, he has been honored to speak at a variety of educational panels, including the University of Florida’s Bergstrom Council. The Equity Healthcare Team also offers a scope of services under Carleton’s umbrella that includes tenant and landlord representation, site selection, acquisition, disposition, and development of builds-to-suit sites for various Healthcare groups. His client’s look to his Team to provide expertise in evaluating purchase or lease decisions, estimating overall occupancy costs, analyzing growth strategy, and consulting on specialized medical build-out requirements.

Carleton is an active member in the community in which he lives. Previously he was a contributing member of the Board of Directors for the Children’s Cancer Center, where he previously held the Chairman position. He has also been a member of the Advisory Board of the Gulf Ridge Council for Boy Scouts and is the former President of the local University of Alabama Alumni Association. Carleton is also a CCIM member of the CCIM Institute and serves on the West Coast Chapter Board as the Sponsorship Committee Chair.