To fuse tech and government into a partnership that protects tax revenues in an unpredictable, ever-changing, data-driven world.
Lifting Communities for Humanity.®
Tackling a complex problem like real estate vacancies (both current and future) and the adverse impact that vacancies have on income, sales, and property tax revenues requires a diverse team.
We’re a talented team of leading experts in real estate development, tech, communications, law and government (including both the economic and community development fields).
CEO and Founder
Kevin is a Cleveland-Ohio based real estate investor, litigation consultant, licensed lobbyist and former Windows NT network engineer. As a real estate developer specializing in distressed real estate, Kevin purchased and sold over 500 properties and closed over 1,000 transaction sides over a 20-year career. Thereafter, he authored three U.S. Patents for improvements to methods necessary to complete the transfer of real property, including the patent-pending COVID-19 Neighborhood Stabilization Model created to stabilize property values and create sustainable investments into the nation's poorest urban and rural school districts.
Prior to founding Parcel Revenue in 2018, Kevin ran a boutique litigation consulting firm that specialized in preparing solo law practitioners to litigate real estate and probate cases against the largest banks and financial institutions in the world. He also founded and directed two Cleveland-area non-profits aimed at reducing blight and housing inequality in urban communities.
As an expert litigant, Kevin personally argued the largest lawsuit ever filed (a defamation case) against the Ohio Attorney General's Office ($1.6 Billion) to the Ohio Court of Claims and Tenth District Court of Appeals.
Kevin and his wife, Anitra, share three children.
Chief Management Consultant, What Works Consultants
Diane holds a Master of Communication Management from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from California State University at San Bernardino. She holds a High Performance Masters from the High Performance Institute, is a Certified Neurolingustic Programming Coach, a Certified Problem and Change Manager, and a Certified Customer Success Management Consultant.
Julius L. Cartwright
Past President, National Association of Real Estate Brokers
Mr. Cartwright has been one of the county's leading real estate brokers and real estate investors over the past 20 years and served one term as President of the 15,000-member National Association of Real Estate Brokers. He is also a former President of the Ohio Realtist Association and has served on the board of directors for several for and non-profit entities with both regional and national focus on urban development and financial literacy.
Councilwoman, City of Warrensville Heights
Mrs. Edwards has served as a councilwoman since 2000. A member of Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority's Family Self Sufficiency Housing Committee, Mrs. Edwards holds a master's degree in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University and has served as a committee/board member for several Cleveland-area non-profits, including the Murtis Taylor Human Services System & Faith Community Credit Union.
Retired Service Director, City of East Cleveland
Mr. Brankatelli has been a state licensed, professional engineer since 1998 and possesses over 40 years of municipal government experience in both urban and suburban communities. Before retiring, Mr. Brankatelli served in various administrative roles for multiple Northeast Ohio cities, most notably serving as City Engineer and Service Director for the city of East Cleveland as well as the City Engineer for the city of Aurora.
Retired Commissioner, City of Cleveland
Mr. Owens' 30+ year public service career was punctuated by his appointment by Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson as Commissioner of Waste Management for the City of Cleveland, serving as commissioner from 2003 until his retirement in 2016. He is credited with the nation's first deployment of RF-chip recycling containers and several state-of-the-art improvements to municipal trash collection processes servicing 150,000 homes.
Wendy S. Rosett
Attorney & Magistrate Judge
Ms. Rosett has practiced law since 1991 and holds a Juris Doctorate from Case Western Reserve University's School of Law and a B.A. in education from Hiram College. Ms. Rosett also serves as a magistrate judge in the Shaker Heights Municipal Court in Shaker Heights, OH. Ms. Rosett has served as Parcel Revenue's General Counsel since 2017 and, prior to practicing law, taught special needs children in Ohio's public school systems.
What We Do
We help governments protect, monitor, and increase tax revenues by providing data-driven insights into current and future real estate vacancies.
Our team understands the complexity of the challenge in front of us – and that the urgency to solve the problem has never been greater. We’ve combined our tech, legal, and government expertise with the most advanced data analytics ever applied to the problems associated with real estate vacancies to build solutions that help local governments mitigate risk and accelerate tax revenue growth.