Phil “Felipe” Stevenson, CRMP
Owner & Principal
PS Financial Services 365768
Phil is 1 of approximately 150 Certified Reverse Mortgage Professionals (CRMP) in the United States, and currently sits on the Ethics Committee of the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA).
Born and raised in Miami, Stevenson is always taking the lead and trying to find new ways to succeed. With over a decade of experience in mortgage processing, origination, recruiting, and managing other mortgage professionals, Stevenson has a broad understanding of the mortgage process from beginning to end. He began focusing solely on Reverse Mortgages in 2008. As a reverse mortgage originator in Miami, he has personally closed and funded hundreds reverse mortgages. PS Financial Services has become one of the top Reverse Mortgage Companies in Florida, and was ranked #1 Reverse Mortgage Broker in Florida for 2015 & 2016 (based on Reverse Mortgage Insight’s “RMI Reports”).
Stevenson earned a bachelor’s degree in International Relations with minors in Economics and Geography from Florida International University. Studying interest rates, money supply, and amortization tables has given him in-depth knowledge of past, current, and projected issues in the industry. His economics degree gave him a phenomenal knowledge base that allowed for a seamless transition into the mortgage business from the military. As a veteran of the wars in both Afghanistan and Iraq, family values, honesty, and integrity are of utmost importance to him.
Seniors who are in desperate need for financial help, in danger of foreclosure, and/or seeking alternative ways for retirement planning have seen Stevenson as a shining beacon of hope. Strategically creating relationships with financial professionals, he is able to assist homeowners in the areas of estate tax savings, prolonging the use of or need for retirement funds, and taking advantage of a largely unused asset, your home. As a father of two, Stevenson is dedicated to improving his clients’ quality of life, when it matters most.