R.O.I. Properties as a Special Real Estate Commissioner
R.O.I. Properties serves as a Special Real Estate Commissioner, Receiver, Bankruptcy Trustee, and Neutral Third-Party Broker. R.O.I. also works with Corporate Trustees and public and private fiduciaries.
Attorneys, trustees, and fiduciaries depend on R.O.I. to fulfill court-appointed duties and obligations preserving, protecting, and maximizing the value of the real estate assets in the estates/cases they are charged with managing.
Why Do You Need a Phoenix Real Estate Special Commissioner on Your Side?
For Real Estate Special Commissioner needs, R.O.I is frequently appointed by the court to initiate and complete the sale of jointly owned residential and/or commercial property in family court cases and in probate or estate matters. A Real Estate Special Commissioner in Phoenix or Real Estate Special Commissioner can also act as a neutral third party in divorce or partition cases involving the sale of real property. R.O.I. Properties secures, values, manages, rehabilitates and sells property, pursuant to court order.
R.O.I Properties provides many important tools with these court appointments, including accurate market valuations, customized marketing plans, promoting the property to maximize value, negotiating favorable contract terms, and managing court administration, involvement, and approval.
Why is an Arizona Real Estate Special Commissioner Necessary?
The use of a Real Estate Special Commissioner in Arizona is necessary for various scenarios in resolving property disputes. The services we perform for our clients include:
- Manage the details– Real Estate Special Commissioner appointments in divorce, partition, or other co-owner disputes require an order governing the appointment . The order may include customized provisions regarding access, showing times, reporting intervals, short sales/foreclosures, and other details, depending upon the circumstances, and R.O.I. Properties can assist in drafting same.
- Court Appearances – Real Estate Special Commissioners in divorce, probate, partition, or other jointly owned property cases will make court appearances when requested by the court, and manage the day-to-day requirements mandated by the court. R.O.I. Properties principal is an attorney by training and testifies in court frequently.
- Contracts – As Special Commissioner, R.O.I. can negotiate contracts, identify ways to minimize liability, and maximize value. R.O.I. Properties principal is an attorney by training and testifies in court frequently.
- Valuation – R.O.I., as an Arizona Real Estate Special Commissioner, will conduct an in-depth market analysis to determine accurate property value. R.O.I. has valued over 15,000 properties, and sold over 4,500 properties in the last ten years alone.
- Preparing Property for Market – R.O.I., as a Real Estate Special Commissioner, can require disputing parties to make repairs to the property, make the property accessible, and ensure that the property is market-ready. R.O.I will then develop sales and marketing plans to bring a property to market, promoting the property to achieve highest and best value.
If you are an attorney, trustee, fiduciary, or party involved in a jointly owned property dispute that could be resolved or managed with a Real Estate Special Commissioner or Special Master, contact Beth Jo Zeitzer, Owner and Designated Broker of R.O.I. Properties, at [email protected] or 602-319-1326