The principals of Rodemyer-Christel, Inc., David Belsky and Jill Belsky, play a major role in the management of each property. We feel the success of Rodemyer-Christel, Inc. is largely attributed to the close involvement of David and Jill in the management of the properties entrusted to us. Our success would not be possible without the day to day involvement and efforts of our dedicated staff of managers, bookkeepers,
administrators, and maintenance technicians. David and Jill have Rodemyer’s management portfolio divided among them and oversee the property management staff handling these properties. This system has enabled the principals of Rodemyer-Christel, Inc. to stay very involved in each of the properties managed.
David Belsky, President of Rodemyer-Christel, Inc. holds an MBA from Washington University. David is a member of CAI and the Commercial Division of the Real Estate Board of Metropolitan St. Louis and has been active on the Professional Standards and Ethics Committee as well as the Arbitration Committee. David currently serves on the Boards of the Clayton Triangle and the Grand Center Community Improvement District.
Jill Belsky, Vice-President of Rodemyer-Christel, Inc. also holds an MBA degree from Washington University. Jill was formerly an Alderman in the City of Clayton for eight years. She held positions as a Board Member for the City of Clayton’s Plan Commission / Architectural Review, Clayton Art Commission, Parks and Recreation, Housing Commission, and Economic Development. In addition, Jill is a member of the Special Taxing District for the Downtown Park’s District. Jill is also a member of the Real Estate Board of Metropolitan St. Louis.
Rodemyer-Christel, Inc. currently has a staff of over 50 people, comprised of property managers and leasing agents, maintenance technicians, and bookkeepers. Although one property manager is assigned to each property, the experience and depth of the firm is available for input and guidance on each project. We regularly meet as a staff to discuss current trends in management and specific issues that may arise on particular properties.