Kevin Seawright knows that the city of Baltimore has been experiencing a hard time with its housing market and that real estate agents there are trying to help more people to get approved for mortgages. He works with RPS Solutions, which is a company that works to help people who have been turned down for financing by banks or real estate agencies to get the financing they need. Seawright hopes to see a more diverse spread of people in Baltimore that are able to move out of dangerous neighborhoods and into safer areas. Read more at Markets Insider.
Kevin Seawright’s Facebook page clearly shows his love for the city he serves, and his Twitter account is loaded with tweets related to the housing industry. Some of the Tweets show him helping out individuals who might not have been able to get a home loan without his help, and other Tweets pass on important information related to leadership. His Linkedin page has plenty of information about his work history and demonstrates his care for people in Baltimore who are looking to find housing.
In the past, Kevin Seawright served as the Vice President of Operations and Human Capital with Tito General Contractors. He also worked with the Newark Economic Development Corporation and now serves as the Chief Operating Officer and Managing Partner of RPS Solutions. He earned an Executive Leadership Certification while attending the Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business and received his Masters degree in accounting at Almeda University.
Recently, Kevin Seawright teamed up with the Christ Haven Pentecostal Church to bring toys to kids in Philadelphia for the holiday season. The group held a luncheon and toy drive, and over 200 children showed up to have fun and relax. The families of these kids did not have enough money to give them any gifts for Christmas, and this is where Kevin Seawright and the Christ Haven Church came in to help. The luncheon offered some tasty food to everyone in attendance and brought the community together, and RPS Solutions was happy to be a part of the event that made many dreams come true for the children.