Kevin Seawright & RPS Solutions LLC Help Increase Homeownership In Belvedere Square

Kevin Seawright recently announced that RPS Solutions is helping increase homeownership in Belvedere Square, which is a neighborhood in Baltimore. Their goal is to help the homeownership rate in Baltimore exceed 48.3 percent. They also want to improve the lives of people who live in the Baltimore area.

Kevin is the founder of RPS Solutions LLC. He stated that RPS Solutions LLC gets closer to reaching their goal every time someone buys a home in Baltimore or one of the surrounding counties. RPS Solutions LLC helps people get their dream home by connecting them with mortgage lenders. The company also helps helps renovate older homes and construct new ones.

Homeownership not only benefits families and individuals, but it also helps the entire community. Many neighborhoods in Baltimore are flourishing because of increased homeownership. This is due to the hard work of Kevin Seawright and RPS Solutions. Kevin stated that he is passionate about helping people get their dream home because homeownership plays an important role in wealth development.

About Kevin Seawright

Kevin Seawright is a graduate of Almeda University. He has a Master Of Business Administration degree. He also took courses at the University of Notre Dame-Mendoza College Of Business. He earned a certificate in executive leadership. Kevin held several positions before he started RPS Solutions. He worked for the City of Baltimore from 2001 to 2002. He worked as a payroll director and managing fiscal officer.

Kevin was also the VP/Deputy Chief Operating Officer for the Baltimore City Government from 2005 to 2011. Additionally, he worked for the Collington Episcopal Life Care Community and Newark Economic Community Development prior to starting RPS Solutions. He was the executive director of operations of the Collington Episcopal Life Care Community from 2013 to 2014. He was also the executive vice president and chief financial officer of the Newark Economic Community Development from 2014 to 2016.

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