Kevin Seawright is a pretty interesting businessman located in Baltimore, Maryland. He served the public for several years as a high-ranking member of the Baltimore government. He then went into private industry and now helps people with low to moderate incomes find affordable housing where they own the homes they live in. His vision is to see to it that about 2/3rds of the homes in Baltimore are occupied by homeowners rather than renters. Find out more about Kevin at Live Newspaper
He feels that homeownership serves several interests, both for the homeowner and broader society. Homeowners can build equity in the homes they own which greatly benefits their financial positions. Broader society benefits because homeowners are invested in their neighborhoods and usually show a great deal of pride in their homes, boosting not just the value of property in the neighborhood but also the interconnectedness that people in the community feel for one another. Kevin Seawright has a pretty noble goal of building strong communities where everyone benefits by providing affordable housing.
He is the founder of RPS Solutions LLC. The RPS stands for Real Property Solutions because he wants to find real solutions when it comes to housing for real people. As the chief operations officer, he oversees all of his company’s day-to-day operations, its network of general contractors and volunteers, and the properties it buys, repairs, and offers to people looking to buy houses.
One example of a person that Kevin Seawright helped is Tyra Hudgins. Tyra really wanted to buy a home but felt priced out of the market. Through RPS Solutions she was finally able to own a home that was newly renovated and really fit her needs. The home is located on Bucknell Road and it is a 1,152 square foot townhouse. As it has three bedrooms and two baths it is perfect for her family and features a mortgage that fits well within her budget.