Every year, AZ Big Media, which publishes both PTK and AZRE magazines, selects Arizona’s top people and projects to showcase in its premier commercial real estate magazine — PTK — from an impressive and competitive nomination pool. Each day we will highlight 20 different categories of People to Know. Here are the broker managers to know in Arizona for 2024:

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Arizona broker managers to know for 2024

Mindy Korth

Mindy Korth

Executive vice president

Colliers in Arizona

Throughout her career, Korth has been involved in each aspect of real estate, including new and rehab development, financial structuring deals in capital markets, leasing, management, site selection, network planning, acquisitions and dispositions programming, financial analysis and underwriting. 

Stand-out fact: Korth was one of a four-person broker team to complete the largest real estate transaction in the history of Arizona: the $1.2 billion higher education corporate bond of the Grand Canyon University Campus that closed in December 2021.

No. 1 on the commercial real estate bucket list: “To keep learning new skills and work on additional types of properties and transactions.”

Trevor Koskovich

Trevor Koskovich



Koskovich leads Northmarq’s Investment Sales business, which started in 2018 and now offers services across the U.S. from 22 offices. He is responsible for growing the platform to nearly $12 billion in transaction volume and more than 100 brokers and support staff, collaborating with debt and equity producers to bring innovative capital approaches for clients. In addition to leading the day-to-day operations and the continued investment sales expansion, he leads the industry’s first build-to-rent team, and Northmarq’s specialty practice for Institutional Advisory. 

Biggest career accomplishment: “Being hired as Northmarq’s president of investment sales.”

No. 1 on the commercial real estate bucket list: “I have my pilot’s license.”

Rachelle Strolle

Rachelle Strole

Owner and founder

Capital Asset Management

Surprising fact: “I have lived in three different countries. From an early age, I’ve had a passion for traveling and I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to immerse myself in different cultures and experience how others live.”

Strole has worked in the commercial real estate sector for more than three decades, with a current focus in development and management. 

Biggest career accomplishment: “Creating a development arm of Capital Asset Management. CAM’s initial focus was property management and leasing, so it has been very rewarding to branch out into the development world and see what we can create for our communities.”

Eric Termansen

Eric Termansen

Founding partner

Western Retail Advisors

Termansen’s career in commercial real estate spans more than three decades, the last 22 years of which, he has served as the founding partner of Western Retail Advisors (WRA). Under Eric’s direction, WRA has grown to represent more than 175 tenants and over 90 landlords with 15 million square feet of consumer-focused real estate.  

No. 1 on the commercial real estate bucket list: “To see my team exceed what they think is possible. Many of our brokers joined our firm with limited brokerage experience or even as new to the industry. Creating a culture and infrastructure that allows people to build great lives for their families makes me want to be around for a long time to watch — and help — them achieve their goals.” 

Pat Williams

Pat Williams

Executive managing director


Williams is responsible for representing clients in facility and site acquisition. His responsibilities include marketing, strategy implementation, site evaluation and selection, detailed financial analysis and lease review and negotiations. His leadership skills and unparalleled knowledge of the office, industrial and medical industries continue to exceed clients’ expectations, including but not limited to Axway, Banner Health, Choice Hotels, City of Phoenix, Freedom Financial, Dial Corporation, Isagenix, Lovitt & Touche, Northern Trust, Progressive Insurance, Shutterfly and the State of Arizona.

No. 1 on the commercial real estate bucket list: “Top of my list currently is to stress the importance of returning to the office to continue to enhance our culture and nurture our young talent for their long-term success.”