Kevin Seawright: A Man with A Real Estate Plan

Kevin Seawright is the founder of Real Property Solutions LLC. He is also the Chief Operating Officer(CEO) and partner of the company. Kevin Seawright earned a Master’s of Business Administration degree from Almeda University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Executive Leadership from the University of Notre Dame – Mendoza College of Business. He began his career in the city of Baltimore, Maryland as the Managing Fiscal Officer for the City of Baltimore. He has held a few positions with the City of Baltimore. These positions included: the Chief Financial Officer for the Department of Recreation and Parks and Finance Director for the Department of Housing. He began work in the private sector in 2011. He took a position with Tito Contractors, a construction company in the Washington D.C. area. He returned to public service shortly after this. View Kevin Seawright’s full profile at LinkedIn

Kevin Seawright ventured out on his own and founded his company Real Property Solutions LLC, where he runs the day to day operations. The purpose of this business, according to Mr. Seawright is to renovate or build residential properties in the Baltimore area. Their mission is “to provide affordable housing to the residents of Baltimore” and grow the number of homeowners in Baltimore and its surrounding counties to match or exceed the number of homeowners in the state of Maryland. The company is striving to create stable neighborhoods by increasing home buying opportunities, especially for first time buyers. Follow Kevin Seawright on Twitter.

In 2017, Real Property Solutions partnered with the National Community Stabilization Trust (NCST). NCST is a non-profit organization that transforms abandoned and vacant properties into habitable living spaces. They have renovated and sold over 23,000 homes to willing homebuyers. Together they developed a program “to further stabilize and revitalize” communities with low to moderate incomes. Their mission is to create more racial diversity within communities. They have the belief that home ownership and community should thrive as one.

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