Kevin Seawright Establishes Firm To Help Limited Resources Families

Kevin Seawright of Baltimore, Maryland, is on a mission to increase the number of homeowners in that city. He relates that the housing market in that city has had its ups and downs over the years and nowadays many people can’t get qualified for a mortgage. His company RPS Solutions LLC, is working to help people who have had their mortgage applications refused by the big banks. Find out more about  Kevin at angel.co

RPS Solutions works with people to buy an affordable first home in Baltimore and become eligible for financing. The goal is to help people buy their first homes, create more diversity in Baltimore’s neighborhoods, and turn dangerous areas into safe ones. This company was established in January 2015.

RPS Solutions also creates affordable housing. Kevin Seawright has partnered with the National Community Stabilization Trust (NCST). They buy homes that are unoccupied and need TLC. The homes are renovated by contractors and then put back on the market. As the people that RPS Solutions works with are usually unfamiliar with the home buying process this company guides them through the whole thing, start to finish. Their specialty is families with limited resources who need guidance to buy a home and need help establishing a household budget so that they can pay their mortgages and other living expenses.

Kevin Seawright is a financing expert who spent several years working within city government. He was Baltimore’s payroll director at one point in his career as well as its managing fiscal officer among other positions. He transitioned into the private industry when he got a job as the vice president of operations for the construction firm Tito Contractors, Inc. He spent three years in this position during which time he rebuilt their accounting department and led a $50 million budget. He has also worked as a public accountant and financial director.

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

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *