Beth Jo Zeitzer is the President and Designated Broker of R.O.I. Properties, a full-service brokerage firm based in Phoenix, with offices in Tucson, Prescott, Flagstaff and Yuma. R.O.I. focuses on enhancing real estate assets, and serves Receivers, Bankruptcy Trustees, Corporate Trustees and other Fiduciaries in the marketing/brokerage, management and valuation of hospitality, retail, office, multi-family/apartments, single family homes and portfolios, industrial, self-storage, schools and other special use facilities.
Prior to founding R.O.I., Beth Jo was the Director of Commercial Properties at Del Webb. She managed a commercial property portfolio including neighborhood and regional retail centers, corporate, medical and professional offices, business parks, light industrial, public use and multi-family properties. She supervised all phases of commercial development including planning, entitlement, infrastructure delivery, budgeting and financial oversight, marketing analysis, sales and marketing, contract negotiation, design review and construction monitoring.
Beth Jo served as Corporate Counsel for Del Webb Corporation, and prior to that, was in private practice, performing loan workouts and real estate transactions during the RTC period. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona and the University of San Diego Law School, where she was the Research Editor of the Law Review, and the recipient of the Hahn Award for Excellence in Real Estate.
Beth Jo is a licensed attorney in the States of Arizona and California, as well as a licensed Real Estate Broker in Arizona. Beth Jo was named one of the 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business, by AZ Business Magazine, in 2013. She is a Board Member of APLA (Arizona Private Lenders Association), Past President of AZCREW (Arizona Commercial Real Estate Women), Past President of TMA (Turnaround Management Association), Executive Council Member for the Real Property and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Sections of the State Bar of Arizona, a member of the Arizona Bankers Association, Arizona Trustee Association, Valley Partnership, Urban Land Institute, California Receivers Forum, the Arizona Credit Union Collectors Council, Risk Management Association and other Real Estate and Banking trade organizations