RPS Solutions is a Baltimore, Maryland company which was created to boost home ownership in that city. It was founded by entrepreneur Kevin Seawright January 2015. He says bringing affordable housing solutions to people in this community is a passion of his. He wants to improve the economic status of the people he helps and build better, much more vibrant neighborhoods while stabilizing lives. See more of Kevin Seawright at Crunchbase
He says that he founded RPS Solutions based on three cour values. The first is respect, where each person is treated with dignity and special regard. Second, he wants his company to stand for justice which means that all potential homeowners are treated fairly and impartially. He also strives to deliver quality which means having affordable homes that can be moved into right away.
His company buys foreclosed on homes and other properties that can be acquired inexpensively. Kevin Seawright then works with contractors and volunteers. He has the homes upgraded and any delayed maintenance projects are taken care of. He and his team at RPS Solutions also work with some government programs to get people qualified to buy these homes.
Kevin Seawright’s career began in January 2001. He was hired as the payroll director for the city of Baltimore. He subsequently went on to a number of different city government positions. His last position in Baltimore government was as the deputy chief operating officer/finance director/property director. In this role he managed more than 200 buildings as well as 800 employees and 500 contractors doing projects for the city. Follow Kevin Seawright on Twitter.
The first private industry job he had was at Tito Contractors, a Washington D.C. construction firm. It was in this role that he garnered a lot of experience in the housing industry. He was the financial manager and during his time at Tito Contractors they were building a number of housing developments. He gained further housing industry experience working for the Newark Community Economic Development Corp. He was the chief financial officer and a vice president for this company. He held a number of fundraisers in these roles that involved raising money to support various residential initiatives. Visit: http://alivenewspaper.com/2017/08/kevin-seawright-sees-big-things-for-new-jersey-real-estate-as-economy-grows/