Kevin Seawright is an accomplished Baltimore, Maryland businessman who entered private industry in March 2011. Prior to that, he served in a number of high-level city government positions in Baltimore starting in January 2001. Among his educational accomplishments was graduating in 2006 from Almeda University with an MBA.
His latest venture is Real Property Solutions LLC or RPS Solutions. This company was founded in order to boost the number of homeowners in Baltimore. Just a third of home are occupied by homeowners in Baltimore, something that he regards as pretty much an injustice. His company buys properties, makes any needed upgrades, and then puts them back on the market as affordable housing. See more of Kevin Seawright at Crunchbase
He works to move people and families from renters to homeowners so that they can build equity and take real pride in a home that they own. At RPS Property Solutions he works as the chief operating officer so that he can oversee teams of general contractors and volunteers who greatly improve homes that had been foreclosed on and need some TLC to get into a position where families want to buy them.
Kevin Seawright has said that he has a passion for fixing cities. Boosting how many people own the homes they live in goes a long way toward this goal. Families who own the home they live in build a stronger community as they have a vested interest in making it better.
Kevin Seawright has helped many new homeowners since he founded RPS Solutions in January 2015. An example of this is the family of Jerol and Jacinta Brown. They wanted to buy a home in Baltimore and were able to do so after partnering with RPS Solutions and officials of Baltimore. A worker for the city, he found it really difficult to find a house his family could afford but they were able to achieve homeownership through RPS Solutions.
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