Kevin Seawright, the managing partner and founder of RPS Solutions, has announced a new partnership with the National Community Stabilization Trust (NCST) in a project that will see low to moderate the income communities’ benefit from affordable housing.
Founded in January of 2015, RPS Solutions is an organization that is committed to making home ownership a dream for a diverse society.
By providing affordable housing to people, the group believes that it will help improve the economic status of residents by transforming neighborhoods while stabilizing lives at the same time.
The NCST or Stabilization Trust is a non-profit based out in Washington, D.C. that works at facilitating the transfer of abandoned and foreclosed properties by financial institutions across the country.
Jointly developed by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), the trust works with community-based organizations, local and state governments.
Together with RPS Solutions and other development organizations in Baltimore, NCST expects to ease homeownership by making it more affordable for would-be buyers.
Under its First Look acquisition program, the non-profit has managed to obtain REO properties in specific areas before they receive mass marketing. Read more; Newark economic development group names CFO
Kevin Seawright, based out in Baltimore, Maryland, is in charge of handling tasks like overseeing everyday operations and all activities within RPS Solutions.
In his role, Kevin Seawright is also responsible for maintaining and producing stability in the work environment by implementing systems and controls that help things flow as efficiently as possible.
Kevin was a feature in the 2015 New Jersey business journal after he joined the Newark Community Economic Development Team (NCEDC). His role at the NCEDC also attracted the attention of Market Wired and MarketWatch. In his role at RPS Solutions, he has featured in several PRNewswire press releases, Worldclassmagazines.com and on the Larry Young morning show.
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