Entrepreneurs in the U.S. that are successful did not suddenly open their business one day and gained instant popularity in their field. The ones who developed their business from their beginnings typically have focused their education and the work careers towards their chosen goals.
This is the path of Kevin Seawright who is managing partner and COO, Chief Operating Officer, of Real Property Solutions.
He and his partner founded RPS in January 2015, and the business reaches out to the greater Baltimore area helping first time home buyers achieve their dreams. As the result, Mr. Seawright and his partner are also creating healthier communities with increased homeownership.
Kevin Seawright created Real Property Solutions or RPS because he learned from his past career associations about providing financing for housing and that a community with more homeowners is a more stable environment that leads to a more stable and productive city.
Today, homeownership in Baltimore is approximately 46 percent; Mr. Seawright would like to raise that number to as close to 100 as possible.
According to Crunchbase, Kevin Seawright attended Almeda University and graduated in 2006 with his Master’s in Business Administration. He began his career with a position dealing with finances as Vice President/Chief Operating Officer for Baltimore City Government from 2005-2011.
As he continued working towards his entrepreneurship, he accepted several other positions in finances in which he excelled.
From 2015-2016, he attended the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business and graduated with recognition in Leader Skills. The path of his experience and education was equipping him with the skills he would need to found and lead Real Property Solutions into the future.
RPS is striving to create a society where first-time home buyers can achieve home ownership and all people can develop their full potential.
RPS believes that affordable housing along with other supportive housing programs improve the economic status of residents, transform neighborhoods as residents become more responsible and bring stability to their lives.
Kevin Seawright is providing a housing development plan for citizens throughout the city, and he hopes to make his model available to other cities in the United States.