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Homeownership Coordinator

Twin Pines Housing Trust

Twin Pines Housing is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit formed in 1990 to develop, own and manage affordable housing in the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont.  Twin Pines Housing currently houses over 1,000 people and owns 539 rental units at 24 sites in Enfield, Hanover and Lebanon, NH and in Hartford, South Royalton and Woodstock, VT. Twin Pines Housing also has 62 shared-equity homeownership properties that are permanently affordable.   

Homeownership Coordinator

Twin Pines Housing (TPH) is a 501(c)(3) formed in 1990 to develop, own and manage affordable housing in the upper Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont.  TPH currently houses over 1,000 people, owns 539 rental units, and has 62 shared-equity homeownership properties.  

TPH serves as the primary steward of the public’s investment in homeownership opportunities for low to moderate income homeowners in the Upper Valley.  In this role, the Homeownership Coordinator is the main point of contact for potential homeowners regarding program requirements, including resale procedures, and provides ongoing monitoring, support, and enforcement.  Additionally, TPH provides ongoing support to assisted homeowners to improve their odds for success in homeownership. Support includes promoting the physical maintenance of TPH homes through education and the use of rehab loan funds.  

TPH’s homes remain affordable to the next generation of buyers through a shared equity model, in which a homeowner’s share of market appreciation is limited to 25%.  This internationally recognized model of shared equity homeownership is funded mostly through public funds.

Currently TPH’s Homeownership Department is staffed by a part-time Homeownership Coordinator. However, it is anticipated that the position will be full-time going forward given the growth of the portfolio. The Homeownership Coordinator is supervised by the Executive Director and works closely with the Chief Financial Officer and finance staff to manage the financial aspects of the program. 



  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • Minimum 3 years work experience;
  • Real Estate transactional experience;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as customer service and relationship management skills;
  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team;
  • Strong computer proficiency, including MS Excel and Word programs;
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills, and strong attention to detail; and
  • Experience working with databases.


The Homeownership Coordinator handles all tasks relative to the introduction of new homeownership units into TPH’s portfolio and the resale of existing homes in our portfolio.  The Coordinator serves as the primary contact with TPH homeowners and Homeowner Associations.  In addition, this position may involve project management of new single family and multi-family homeownership construction projects.  

Stewardship (nurture relationships with buyers and homeowners)

  • Facilitate the resale of existing homes to qualifying buyers: calculate the resale price, walk seller through process, respond to buyer inquiries, schedule showings, determine a buyer’s eligibility for the program and coordinate with various parties to the transaction;
  • Prevent the loss of a TPH home through outreach, delinquency counseling, support and intervention;
  • Consult with TPH homeowners on a variety of issues such as capital improvements, repairs and energy efficiency needs, and coordinate funding for same;
  • Respond to homeowner requests for refinancing;
  • Understand funding sources available to homeowners;
  • Monitor compliance with program requirements and report to funders as needed;
  • Work with tax assessors in various NH and VT cities and towns to ensure fair property taxes;
  • Attend homeowner association meetings;
  • Oversee one residential community’s water system’s regulatory compliance;
  • Manage the HomeKeeper database system;
  • Work on issues to improve affordability such as energy efficiency or solar projects;
  • Perform such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the executive director.

Community Engagement

  • Organize homebuyer workshops in conjunction with regional NeighborWorks affiliates;
  • Attend local and regional housing meetings;
  • Network with lenders, realtors and other housing professionals.

Development of New Homeownership Units (Current and Expected)

  • Advocate for sensible development that builds vibrant and well-balanced communities
  • Evaluate buyer profiles and calculate affordable pricing scenarios;
  • Review contracts, agreements and other documents as required.  Prepare summary for board meetings as needed; and
  • Assemble applications for financing and grant and loan programs; oversee third-party consultant services and project teams; conduct preliminary feasibility analysis; work with selected design teams; manage closings; oversee project budgets, construction processes, requisition processes and reporting requirements.
How to Apply:

Application Instruction

Please submit one pdf document containing a cover letter detailing your qualifications for this position and your salary requirements, along with a resume to:

Twin Pines Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Job Location:

White River Junction, VT

Date Added: June 21, 2022

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