Christina Freeman Pearsall
Practice Areas

Commercial Real Estate 

Sales and Acquisitions

     Retail/Shopping Centers


     Industrial Centers


     Community Bank Loans

     National Bank Loans

     Freddie Mae and Freddie Mac        Loans

     CMBS Loans






     Ground Leases

     Solar Leases

     Cell Tower Leases

1031 Like-Kind Exchanges

LLC’s, Partnerships and Joint Ventures

Defeasance Transactions

Real Estate Development


University of North Carolina at Greensboro, B.S.W., 1990

North Carolina Central University, J.D., magna cum laude, 1998
Assistant Associate Editor, NCCU Law Journal 

Boston University, LL.M. (Tax), 2002

Bar Admissions

North Carolina


U.S. Tax Court

Professional Activities

Piedmont Triad CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women), Chair of Membership Committee, member of the Board of Directors

CREW Network, member

North Carolina Bar Association, Real Property Section

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)

Law Clerk to Administrative Law Judge, U.S. Department of Justice Honors Program; Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer, Executive Office for Immigration Review; Falls Church, Virginia, 1998-1999 

Community and
Civic Activities

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Team in Training alumna 

Mustard Seed Community Health, member of the Board of Directors

Summit Rotary Club, member

Christina Freeman Pearsall


Phone 336.370.8842
Fax 336.370.8830
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230 North Elm Street
Suite 1500
Greensboro, NC 27401

Christina Freeman Pearsall focuses her practice primarily in transactional commercial real estate. She assists developers, property managers, individual and corporate investors, and other businesses with the acquisition, development, financing and sale of real property. Her work includes preparing organizational documents for entities including partnerships and limited liability companies, reviewing and negotiating loan documents, examining titles, addressing due diligence matters, conducting closings and ensuring compliance with like-kind exchange requirements. She has worked with various types of commercial properties, including shopping centers, multi-family projects, apartment complexes, industrial centers, and senior-living facilities.

Ms. Pearsall also has considerable experience representing both landlords and tenants in negotiating and preparing commercial leases for retail, office, restaurant and industrial spaces.

Ms. Pearsall is married to Tom Pearsall and enjoys reading and singing in the contemporary band at her church.