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Kristin Quinn

Kristin Quinn

Vice President, Property & Asset Management 26 Years of Experience

“I believe in honesty and integrity in all my dealings with clients and fellow team members, and I always want to anticipate client needs, providing flexible and innovative service whenever and wherever it’s required.”


Kristin oversees sixteen of Flaherty & Collins Properties’ multifamily communities in Indianapolis and Ohio. She visits properties to solve problems, assist onsite management, and help the company continue to deliver the highest level of service to owners and residents. She also assists the vice president of property and asset management in overseeing regional property managers.

Accreditations / Organizations

Certified Property Manager (CPM) #19540 10.1.2006
Housing Certified Credited Professional (HCCP) #630 1.13.01
Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Training – Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana


Kristin is married. When she is not working, she enjoys mountain biking and vintage motocross, and camping with her husband and dog.

Professional Experience

Kristin is a familiar face in property management circles in the Cincinnati and Indianapolis areas, with 20 years of experience overseeing and supervising more than 2,000 multifamily communities for several firms. She has particular expertise with low income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties. Her experience with helping new management firms stabilize properties after takeovers from previous management companies has been instrumental in helping Flaherty & Collins Properties make a smooth entrée into the Cincinnati market. Specific experience includes:

The Yarco Companies – Cincinnati, Ohio
Property Supervisor

National Realty Management – Cincinnati, Ohio
District Manager

Association Administrators – Cincinnati, Ohio
Community Administrator for homeowners and condominium association management company


University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio
Bachelor’s degree in History

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Master’s degree in Archaeology