Kevin Seawright is helping residents of Baltimore and the surrounding counties achieve the dream of owning their own home. Mr. Seawright has founded a real estate and development company called RPS Solutions LLC. The firm has redeveloped and renovated dilapidated and neglected apartments and homes in Baltimore city neighborhoods such as Belvedere Square and West Edmondale.
Seawright’s firm currently targets affordable homes and works to renovate them so that the homeowners have a sense of dignity and are proud of their living places. RPS Solutions LLC also works with buyers of affordable homes, mortgage lenders, real estate agents and contractors to negotiate deals. This is so that people seeking an affordable home in Baltimore and the surrounding area can find one.
Kevin Seawright told LocalTalkNews that he is driven by more than just profit in the Baltimore housing market. He wants to see the communities at Baltimore thrive and become more vibrant and active. One way of doing that he says is by boosting home ownership rates. Vizualize reports his firm Seawright states is doing all it can to help Baltimore area residents of all backgrounds achieve their dreams of owning a home, and a home they can be proud of.
He believes that with firms such as his helping people buy, renovate and evaluate their options in the Baltimore area housing market, the percentage of homeowners can rise drastically and surpass state and national averages.
Increasing home ownership rates will make neighborhoods more stable and economically viable. Instability and economic woes are a problem that has plagued many cities including Baltimore. Getting people in charge of their own homes is one way of combating this problem, and Seawright is doing all he can to combat it. RPS LLC is in fact dedicated to renovating, constructing and selling affordable homes in Baltimore and nearby areas.
Mr. Seawright has previously worked in management and accounting positions in private industry, and state government in Maryland. He has also worked in education where he served on the board of a community college and as a director of the Newark Economic Development Corporation which was focused on revitalizing the city of Newark, New Jersey.