Kristin Boekhoff is a commercial real estate broker (multifamily specialist) in the firm’s Orlando office. Kristin exclusively represents buyers and sellers of investment properties throughout Central Florida and has special expertise in large multifamily and LIHTC (affordable) properties. She has over 12 years of experience in the real estate industry.
Kristin was a Fulbright Fellow to Bangladesh in 2006. When her fellowship ended, she founded Panigram Resort, a socially and environmentally responsible boutique resort in southern Bangladesh. Kristin spent eight years in the hospitality industry and was featured in several international and national publications, including: Redbook, Success for Women, Guardian newspaper (UK), Dia Asiana, and Huffington Post. As a Cornell alumna, she also presented at the prestigious annual Hotel Ezra Cornell conference in Ithaca, New York in April 2010.
Prior to Kristin’s departure for Bangladesh, she ran the Fund Management Group at CharterMac (previously Related Capital), one of the U.S.'s leading full-service real estate finance companies that was formerly the largest syndicator of low-income (LIHTC), multifamily housing. She managed the Developer Servicing and Investor Reporting departments and worked closely with both developers of and investors in low-income housing. She managed over $7 billion of private equity invested in the firm's 100+ real estate funds and oversaw developer relations for over 1,200 new and stabilized properties. Kristin is familiar with the different types of tax credit and HUD programs for affordable housing projects.
Before joining CharterMac, Kristin had six years of project management experience, most recently as a project manager at Neuberger Berman, a financial services firm, where she was responsible for managing multi-million dollar information technology and business reorganization projects. Previously, Kristin worked as a management consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers in the Marketing and Customer Relationship Management Group.
Kristin received a B.S. from Cornell University and an M.S. in Real Estate from New York University.