Baltimore, Maryland, is notorious for being an area with one of the worst poverty levels in the United States, collectively having a longstanding crime and drug problem, ranging back decades on end.
Thanks to people with good hearts like Kevin Seawright, the firm he is the project manager at, RPS Solutions LLC, Baltimore’s poor residents will be able find housing without having to pay crazy amounts of interest or rent homes until the day they die.
RPS Solutions has recently partnered up with the NCST, or National Community Stabilization Trust. Both of these agencies are nonprofits, reinvesting excess profits back into their programs that have found people that are economically disadvantaged homes that they can pay small payments over long periods of time. Learn more about Kevin Seawright: http://www.njbiz.com/article/20150520/NJBIZ01/150529987/newark-economic-development-group-names-cfo
Although RPS Solution is very friendly in working through late and incomplete payments.
This firm was created in 2015, and helps residents of Baltimore find quality homes by first finding them, purchasing them, renovating them, and then allowing individuals and families in need to live in them while paying them slowly, over time.
NCST was created in 2009. In the past eight years, the group has traded off more than 25,000 pieces of real estate to the city’s citizens in need of quality housing.
As RPS Solutions will be having tons of help from NCST, the Seawright-lead group is nearly guaranteed to make the homeownership rate of Baltimore’s residents increase steadily over coming years.
NCST has extended a great deal to RPS Solutions, as its qualified for the Strategic Development Partner program, which means the firm gets more helps for less expenditures.
Kevin Seawright has worked in a number of fields prior to settling in the field of project management, something that allows him to do what he loves while also helping impoverished people from his hometown of Baltimore.
He is currently based out of Newark, New Jersey, having moved on from real estate, governance, and public school education.
Mr. Seawright has also been an established member of a number of societies, the most notable being the National Forum for Black Public Administrators and the American Society for Public Administration.
Increasing Baltimore Homeownership is Goal of RPS Solutions New Partnership with National Community Stabilization Trust