Southwick joins Roche Realty Group, Inc. in Meredith

October 04, 2019 - Northern New England
Kyia Southwick,
Roche Realty Group, Inc.

Meredith, NH According to Frank Roche, president of Roche Realty Group, Inc., Kyia Southwick joined the real estate firm.

Southwick has worked in almost every aspect of real estate throughout her career. Over the past 18 years, she worked in a variety of real estate positions.  She practiced as a realtor in Connecticut for eight years, gaining experience on all types of property sales and listings. Additionally, she worked as a paralegal with a law firm. For seven years, she conducted title searches, prepared closing documents and mortgage payoffs, and managed all related bookkeeping.  For two years Kyia also worked as a property manager for a commercial and residential property management firm.  

Southwick worked for six years with Eversource Energy as a staff accountant in the real estate department of plant accounting. There she worked on fixed assets and construction accounting with monthly, quarterly, and annual reports. This position included administrative functions in real estate in the survey and engineering department.

Roche said, “I am very impressed with Kyia’s real estate background.” Continuing her broad experience in Connecticut, she has been practicing real estate in the Lakes Region for the past year. Kyia is a member of the Lakes Region, State and National Association of Realtors, a member of the Lakes Region Rotary Club, the Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce, and the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce. She is a graduate of Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Connecticut and has a dual bachelor’s degree in accounting and business administration. 

Roche said, “Kyia always places the needs of her clients first. She takes the time to listen and has incredible technical skills with an excellent grasp of the real estate industry. Her attention to detail, follow up, and most importantly, her communication skills will ensure a successful career with Roche Realty Group.” 

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