Alliance Asset Management is pleased to announce that Marcia M. Franklin, of Manchester, NH, has been appointed to the position of regional property manager.
Franklin brings an impressive background and experience to the Alliance Asset Management team. Most recently, she worked as an Affordable Housing Compliance Consultant. Additionally, she has served as director of leased housing for the Cambridge Housing Authority in Massachusetts, where she was responsible for close to 4,000 tenants and project based vouchers and managed a staff of more than twenty. Her career also included Director of Rental Assistance to Community Teamwork in Lowell, as well as Asset Manager for the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority and MassHousing.
“We are delighted to have Marcia at Alliance as we look to grow this organization,” stated Rosemary M. Heard, President of Alliance Asset Management and CATCH Neighborhood Housing. “Marcia’s efforts will be focused on our Antrim and Walpole properties, but we are confident that her expertise will be beneficial for properties throughout our portfolio.”
For more information on Alliance Asset Management and rental
properties, please visit http://www.alliancenh.com.
Asset Management provides property management, financial management, leasing,
and marketing services that enable and support comprehensive and strategic
management of residential and commercial properties for non-profit
organizations in New Hampshire and Maine. Alliance Asset Management is a
division of CATCH Neighborhood Housing, an award-winning non-profit housing
provider that has been providing affordable homes Merrimack County for over 25
years. CATCH offers a full spectrum of housing services, such as homebuyer
education, housing counseling and foreclosure assistance through HOMEteam NH
(www.hometeamnh.org), asset and property management through Alliance Asset
Management (www.alliancenh.com) and 284 affordable rental apartments that over
600 low-income adults and children call home. For more information on CATCH
Neighborhood Housing call (603) 225-8835 or visit www.catchhousing.org.