Kevin Seawright Builds Company Dedicated To Helping First-Time Homebuyers

Kevin Seawright is an entrepreneur who is highly skilled when it comes to finance and leadership. He spent the first decade of his career in leadership positions for the city of Baltimore, Maryland. In March 2011, he transitioned out of public service and took a position at Tito Contractors, Inc. where he managed the accounting department and managed funding strategies. He also worked at Newark Community Economic Development Corporation before starting his own firm, RPS Solutions LLC, in Baltimore in January 2015. More about of Kevin Seawright at Phillypurge.com

He is the chief operating officer of his company. His company is dedicated to making affordable housing more affordable so that the homeownership rate of Baltimore is boosted from its current percentage. He works with non-governmental organizations in order to purchase homes that have been foreclosed on or are otherwise unoccupied. His company uses contractors and volunteers to fix these homes up and then they are put back on the market.

Kevin Seawright also works with lenders who offer favorable rates to homeowners who are interested in buying one of these homes. He says that homeowners improve neighborhoods because they really care about it versus someone who is just renting a home. They put down roots, maintain their homes, and bring value to the overall neighborhood.

Tyra Hudgins is a new homeowner who was helped by Kevin Seawright. She signed a contract in early October 2018 in order to purchase a townhouse that RPS Solutions had completely renovated. It’s a beautiful 1,152 square foot townhouse that was built in 1959. When RPS Solutions renovated this home they installed new hardwood floors, designer lighting, and a new kitchen featuring granite countertops and an island.

Outside of his work, he also helps out in the local community in other ways. This includes serving as a youth basketball coach at Suffolk Virginia Recreation.

Read more: http://alivenewspaper.com/2017/08/kevin-seawright-sees-big-things-for-new-jersey-real-estate-as-economy-grows/

 

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