How would you feel if someone helped you in having a good, affordable and modernized accommodation or housing which you were struggling to get before? Well, it is usual that you will be the happiest and you will always feel owed to the person for his or her good work. This is the incredible job that this financial professional Kevin Seawright is doing to the community of Baltimore. To afford a home in Baltimore is quite a task though you may have some decent income because their pricing is high which discourage average prospective homeowners.
However, this trend is slowly coming to an end after he started a business called RPS Solutions which is making houses in those decent places in Baltimore more available and affordable. The main function of RPS Solutions is to invest its money in renovating old houses, making them modernized and consequently affordable to an average person. The driving force behind starting this business is the realization of the hustle and tough barricades that newbie homebuyers encountered or went through in the process of finding an affordable accommodation. It became even worse if they were low-income earners hence making it even more difficult own a home. View Kevin Seawright’s full profile at LinkedIn
Kevin Seawright is well known all over Baltimore City for his expertise in his career and qualifications especially when it comes to merging civic leadership and his entrepreneurial skills. He has served in Municipal of Baltimore City Council where he worked as Accounts Manager and Resources Controller in the City. While in this position he transformed the whole education system in public schools in the Baltimore city. He introduced CitiStat which analyzed public service departments in the city.
Kevin Seawright has also solved Newark City where he was the Executive Vice President and also the Chief Financial Officer. In this city, he incorporated companies like Boraie Development who helped in putting up residential and commercial lots which were affordable to the people. He studied at Almeda University for his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. He is the Vice President of Newark Economic Development Corp. where he has reformulated and redefined business approaches in the finance field, improved hiring processes, solidified Human Capital Divisions, and aided in attaining bargaining agreements.