Dan Fields is a real estate executive with a strong track record of leading large-scale, multi-faceted developments from site selection to fully-functioning, exciting lifestyle communities.  Dan is also adept at forming and leading successful teams to handle all aspects of development. Dan’s expertise includes Real Estate trend analysis, site selection, contract management and negotiations, entitlement management and government relations.

Having worked with acquisitions and management for both a leading southeast builder and a publicly traded developer, Dan understands the land and lot needs for both.  With over 25 years’ experience in Atlanta and the southeast, Dan has been involved with the acquisition and development of over 15,000 lots in over 100 communities throughout the southeast.  This experience as a buyer and seller allows Fieldstone to effectively join buyers and sellers in mutually advantageous transactions.  Dan has held brokerage licenses in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and North Carolina.



Being entrusted to acquire and entitle some of the most challenging properties, we are interested in partnering with developers and builders to turn challenges into opportunities.  We have developed longstanding relationships with municipalities that allow us to effectively develop rezoning strategies that get results for our partners, the municipalities and surrounding communities.  Understanding the complex balance that bring success to all our partners allow us to bring folks together to create enjoyable lifestyles for everyone involved.



Having managed all facets of residential acquisition and development for projects in Texas, Georgia, and Florida, we have partnered with investors to provide professional services that have enhanced home sales.  We have developed successful sales teams and programs, carefully analyzing each opportunity and thoughtfully considering how each neighborhood is planned and positioned.

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