Braintree Firm Hires Top Affordable Housing Official

Peabody Properties Inc. hired the President-Elect of the New England Affordable Housing Management Association.

Peabody Properties, Inc., a full-service real-estate firm managing in excess of 10,000 housing units across New England, today announced that Kristin Pine has joined the company as Director of Training and Education.

In her new role, Pine will serve as Administrator of Onesite support for the company’s more than 400 employees throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  Pine will also be responsible for managing and developing the firm’s companywide training program, a requirement for all Peabody Properties employees.

With more than eighteen years of real estate and property management experience, Pine holds a number of industry designations, including Accredited Residential Manager (ARM), National Affordable Housing Professional (NAHP) and Specialist in Housing Credit Management (SHCM).  An Associate Lecturer in the Residential Property Management Department at Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts, Pine has served on the board of the New England Affordable Housing Management Association (NEAHMA) since 2003 in various capacities, including a four year tenure as Vice President of Training and Education.  She is the current NEAHMA President-Elect and will assume the role of President in 2014.

According to Peabody Properties Vice President, Melissa Fish-Crane, Pine’s experience and industry credentials in the field of property management will serve her well in her new role. “Kristin’s extensive real estate and teaching experience will surely enhance and expand our existing Training and Education program.  We are delighted to have Kristin join the Peabody Properties team,” said Fish-Crane.

Pine earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree from the University of Rhode Island.  She resides in Warwick, Rhode Island.

—Peabody Properties


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