Alliance Asset Management Now Real Estate Company

Kelly Brackett
Kelly Brackett

Alliance expanding Thanks to Kelly Bracket’s Principal Broker License

Alliance Asset Management was created by CATCH Neighborhood Housing in 2013 to offer property and financial management for CATCH’s affordable rental apartments, and has since expanded to include management services for other nonprofit organizations.

As of April 21, Alliance is now a licensed real estate company thanks to Kelly Brackett, Alliance’s Director of Compliance. Kelly recently passed her real estate exams and is now a licensed Principal Broker. Now that Alliance is a real estate firm, Alliance can take on new business.

According to Brackett, “You can’t offer property management services to an organization or property that you don’t own without this brokerage existing. Therefore Alliance can now do what it set out to do in becoming one of the top property management companies!”

Gerald Walsh, Alliance’s Chief Operating Officer, said, “We are extremely pleased with Kelly’s successes. With Kelly Brackett’s broker license we can now grow Alliance and expand our property management services to other companies throughout New Hampshire and Southern Maine.”


CATCH Neighborhood Housing is an award-winning, non-profit, housing provider that has been providing affordable homes in Merrimack County for over 20 years. CATCH offers a full spectrum of housing services, such as homebuyer education, housing counseling and foreclosure assistance through HOMEteam and 269 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.


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