Benjamin C. Karb




Ben Karb's law practice is dedicated to commercial real estate transactions in both North and South Carolina.

Ben advises commercial real estate clients in a variety of transactions, including many transactions throughout the Charlotte metropolitan area. He represents clients in all phases of the acquisition of commercial properties, included preparation of purchase agreements, coordination of title searches, the preparation of title opinions, resolution of title matters and closing commercial loans. Ben also has significant experience drafting commercial leases, easements and restrictive covenants. 

He has experience working in a team environment to close transactions, including a recent multi-million dollar, cross-collateralized loan secured by commercial condominium units located in five separate condominium associations. In addition, Ben has counseled many homeowners associations and condominium associations throughout North and South Carolina.

Phone (704) 716-0929
Fax (704) 716-9533




L.L.M., Master of Laws in Real Property Development, University of Miami School of Law, 2010

J.D., West Virginia University College of Law, 2009

B.A., Political Science, North Carolina State University, 2005


North Carolina, 2009

South Carolina, 2011

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