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Kevin Seawright’s Efforts To Increase Homeownership In Baltimore


Kevin Seawright is a qualified accountant, financial expert, administrative operations leader, and a project manager professional. He is based in Baltimore, Maryland. Kevin has an experience spanning more than 15 years having worked in the fields of education, local government, and real estate development in Baltimore and Washington.

Kevin received a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Almeda University and an Executive Leadership Certification from the Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business.

Kevin Seawright said that he has always dreamt of making home ownership easier for Baltimore residents. He believes that the pride that a person gets from home ownership is among the most vital aspects of wealth development. Kevin also views home ownership as an essential element in providing stability to declining neighborhoods.

RPS Solutions LLC has partnered with the Baltimore City Officials and Housing and Community Development on plans to renovate houses for first time home buyers who have not been able to qualify for home ownership. Learn more about Kevin Seawright:  http://www.vizualize.me/kevinseawright

According to Crunchbase, one of the success stories of the renewal program revolves around the son of a long-time friend of Kevin Seawright.

They had grown to be close friends and working colleagues. Jerel is now an adult and is working for the Baltimore City Housing Project. However, it is saddening that Jerel finds himself locked out of the housing market because of his small budget. Jerel said in a sorrowful tone that he had found it tough to get upgraded properties at a budget that he could afford.

Jerel Brown was delighted by the proposal to own his first home and have it resemble like the ones shown on magazines.

According to Market Wired, Kevin Seawright felt honored that he had helped a young man that had worked hard for all his life to get the opportunity to own a home.


One response to “Kevin Seawright’s Efforts To Increase Homeownership In Baltimore”

  • Lucille Ameer July 25, 2017 at 9:00 pm

    Kevin had worked with Jerel Brown’s mother for several years at Baltimore City since Jarel was just 10 years old. Kevin approached Jerel and asked suggested to him buying a renovated house in the Baltimore Metro area. It is so good to buy a paper and use it very well as well as keeping it in the place in it should be for as long as possible and that is a good way to keep these going.

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