Karen And Brian Salle Are having A Positive Impact On Their Portion Of North Carolina

The Salle family is well known in their region of North Carolina fro bringing high-quality skills and experience to whichever business sector they choose, particularly real estate and internet-based marketing.

Karen and Brian Salle have not only looked at the different ways they can improve their own business opportunities, but they have sought to make sure the local community also benefits. Karen Salle has focused the majority of her efforts on the North Carolina markets while Brian Salle has been willing to bring his skills to a range of different companies.

One of the most impressive aspects of the work of the Salle family has been their willingness to open up their work in Southern Avery County, North Carolina to members of the local community. As real estate professionals, Karen and Brian Salle understand how important access to the latest technologies is to the residents of any new development.

The Blackpoint at Linville Falls development owned and managed by Karen Salle is located in a slow internet area that has limited the business and leisure opportunities of the local community. Understanding their own real estate development will benefit from an upgrade to broadband speeds, Southern Avery County is now getting a major internet speed boost.

The Salle family has invested over $300,000 in the internet upgrades along the IP SkyLine/SkyBest. It is not a doubt that the Salle family would look to innovate to improve their own prospects and those of the local community. Brian Salle has already made a career of this with his decision to establish the internet marketing company, The Salle Group that filled a gap he identified based on his own SEO experiences.

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Kevin Seawright – MBA, Public Accountant, and Astute Businessman

Homeownership is important, and even more so to many Baltimore city residents. Low and moderate-income families cannot normally qualify for loans offered by the big banks. The Fact remains that home ownership accounts for much of the wealth disparity among cultures in America.

Kevin Seawright, and RPS Solutions, is on a mission to create affordable housing for those struggling to own a home. RPS Solutions is a non-profit that helps facilitate the transfer of foreclosed and abandoned properties from banks. Home ownership is the key. Kevin Seawright is a managing partner of RPS Solutions.

In partnership with NCST, RPS Solutions acquires REO properties in local markets before banks sell them nationwide at a much higher price. RPS Solutions also works with other local community development organizations to help boost the city’s rate of home ownership.

Kevin Seawright has made a name for himself in the East Coast financial community too. He brings a unique blend of business smarts, experience in both the private and government sectors, and acute leadership skills. He is a qualified public accountant and a financial director. His strategies, throughout his career, have resulted in success by merging technology with organizational elements. View Kevin Seawright’s full profile at LinkedIn

Seawright’s career achievements include managing fiscal officer, payroll director, budget manage, deputy chief COO, director of operations, and oversight of numerous construction and finance projects. His reputation is that of a completely astute business leader that knows how to build rapport with constituents across the board.

Seawright is an MBA and can add the Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business and Executive Leadership Award to his resume. He is also a member on the advisory board for the Babe Ruth Museum, American Society for Public Administration, and the National Association of Black Accountants to name several. Seawright is one of those individuals who commits himself to making a major difference in his community.

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