- Customer Type
- Title Insurance & Settlement Solutions
- Mortgage Services
- Products and Services
- Stewart Companies
Ken Blevins, president and CEO of PMH Financial, is a veteran in mortgage and default servicing with more than 20 years of experience in collections, foreclosure/bankruptcy, loss mitigation and real estate disposition.
Blevins founded PMH Financial in 2005, a Special Servicer focused on purchasing, servicing, and maximizing recoveries on nonperforming loans and real estate owned assets. Blevins is responsible for providing strategic direction and has management accountability for the day-to-day operations PMH Financial, as well as the recent acquisition of the company by Stewart Lender Services in July 2011. Under his direction, Blevins drives all asset management operations to maximize asset value recovery and reduce loss severity through a strategy focused on customer service, integrated vendor partners and state of the art technology.
Blevins has 14 years of direct operational experience in all facets of REO Asset Management having managed large national REO Disposition contracts for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, CitiFinancial, GMAC Mortgage and other various financial institutions. Blevins specialties include REO asset management, real estate investment, bulk REO acquisitions and distressed asset recovery and liquidation, and he has directed the resolution and liquidation of over ten billion in institutionally-owned residential real estate.
Ms. Kaufman brings over 30 years of experience in all aspects of default management including collections, bankruptcy, foreclosure, loss mitigation, recovery and REO disposition. Prior to joining PMH in June 2010, Ms. Kaufman spent four years as the senior leader and Vice President for Loss Mitigation and Recovery for Specialized Loan Servicing. Prior to SLS, she was the Senior Vice President of Special Servicing operations concentrating on severely defaulted loan portfolios for Aurora Loan Servicing for three years. Prior to ALS, she was Vice President at HomEq Mortgage Services managing Loss Mitigation, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy and REO disposition for six years. She possesses cradle to grave default management expertise from day one collection through REO disposition or charge off and recovery functions.
Mr. Anthone has 15 years of financial services experience in mortgage related industries. Before joining PMH Financial, Mr. Anthone was senior audit manager for Richey, May and Co., where he worked for thirteen years. The company was a nationally recognized CPA firm specializing in financial statement audits, income tax preparation and consulting for mortgage banking clients throughout the United States. In addition, the firm had clients in the financial services sector and commercial banking, as well as several other industries. He was active in the Colorado Mortgage Lenders Association during his tenure at Richey, May. Prior to joining Richey, May, Mr. Anthone worked in various accounting roles for a mortgage banker, a telecommunications company, a national window manufacturer and retailer and several other companies in various industries. He also owned his own retail business in Denver for nine years prior to pursuing his accounting degree. Mr. Anthone has been a licensed Certified Public Accountant in Colorado since 1995, and an active member of the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Mr. Daniel has over 11 years of Information Technology experience. Additionally, Mr. Daniel has 9 years of experience designing and developing software applications for the real estate and mortgage industry. Mr. Daniel’s expertise in developing software applications for the real estate industry began 8 years ago at Matrix Asset Management (MAM). At Matrix Asset Management, Mr. Daniel pioneered the development of a web-based REO asset management application. The application streamlined the asset management process meanwhile providing clients access to data, documents and images related to their assets over the world-wide web. In 2003, MAM was acquired by First American Corporation where Mr. Daniel served as Director of Information Technology and managed software development and networking teams.
Deborah is a 17-year veteran of the industry including Default/REO, Title Insurance and Real Estate. She has extensive knowledge of the REO disposition process from Pre-Foreclosure through close of Escrow along with in-depth knowledge of Real Estate and REO related forms, addendums, REO title closing and offer negotiation. Deborah has the unique ability in working directly with clients to assess needs and work on driving performance metrics with the operations team. She has worked previously for First American including positions of client relations, national default sales, REO/FC title management and previously sold REO properties as a licensed realtor in Utah.
Mr. Fischer has over 9 years of experience in mortgage default servicing and management with focus primarily on Loss Mitigation and REO disposition. Prior to joining PMH Financial, Mr. Fischer was Outsource Manager for Aurora Loan Services, where his team was responsible for the performance of asset management partners. During his tenure the REO portfolio grew from 3,000 to 15,000 assets. Prior to ALS, he assisted in the set up of the Special Servicing Department responsible for assisting borrowers with alternatives to foreclosure. In addition, Mr. Fischer has set up a call center focused on all facets of mortgage default servicing, but primarily supporting back office Loss Mitigation functions for JPMorgan Chase.
Ms. White has 23 years of mortgage and default servicing experience including Originations, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy and REO management. Ms. White spent 17 years with SunTrust Mortgage and 3 years with Lehman Brothers in their Servicing Divisions with her primary roles pertaining to Project Management, Process Improvement, Business Analytics and Financial Reporting. Ms. White has been responsible for corporate joint venture initiatives, commissioning new US Servicing sites, process improvements to minimize corporate procedural risks while optimizing performance, financial reporting on loss projections for non-performing portfolios, forecasting loan performance to aide in the pricing of loan acquisitions and sales, operational performance reporting and trending analytics.
Mr. Briggs has been involved in mortgage industry sales for the past 14 years. Originally in secondary market whole loan trading, Mr. Briggs has used this experience and relationships to grow his previous company, Matrix Asset Management and currently PMH Financial into a market leader. During Mr. Briggs stint with both companies, he was able to quadruple the assets under management while still focusing on purchasing notes and properties as principle. Mr. Briggs team also focuses on PMH Financial’s supportive lines that included Servicing, BPO, and Commercial disposition/workout.
Mr. Berreth’s 15 years of mortgage industry experience began in mortgage origination with both operational and sales experience in all three of the traditional production channels; retail, wholesale and correspondent. Following his time in mortgage origination, Mr. Berreth spent five years with the Murrayhill Company, a provider of Credit Risk Management and consulting services to the mortgage-backed securities industry. In his roles at the Murrayhill Company Mr. Berreth was involved in new business development, product development, process improvement, contract negotiation and client management for and with many leading investment banks including, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Bear Stearns, and JP Morgan Chase. Most recently Mr. Berreth worked in VP level sales and marketing roles for Veros Real Estate Solutions and Sparta Special Servicing, an automated property valuation/real estate market forecasting firm and a residential mortgage servicer respectively.
Ms. Buice has over 14 years of industry related and Human Resource experience. Ms. Buice has proven experience collaborating with senior management to conduct human resources strategic planning in order to support and further corporate goals. Ms. Buice possess a broad knowledge of Human Resources in a variety of sectors including union and non-union environments and Fortune 500 companies with a large number of exempt and non-exempt employees. Ms. Buice demonstrated experience in initiating cost containment strategies resulting in significant savings company wide. Kelly Buice has an excellent ability to address and implement strategic plans for talent acquisition, retention and succession planning. Ms. Buice’s comprehension of the financial industry over the past seven years has played a crucial role in the development of PMH Financial’s staff.
Ann has over 11 years of industry related and corporate training experience, including Default, Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, and REO management. Ann has developed and implemented the training program at PMH Financial. Ann has proven experience joining forces with upper management to build a strategic training program. She is training in all areas of default, foreclosure, bankruptcy, REO management, REO disposition, Loss Mitigation, and Valuations. In addition Ann trains all new employees on reporting and the software platforms that are utilized by the staff. Ann is an experienced corporate trainer in all facets of Default Servicing.
Mr. McKnight brings a broad array of experience to PMH Financial from investment banking to commercial development. He has also been involved in various areas of real estate and technology for over a decade, with in-depth experience in loan origination, servicing, risk management and product development. Prior to joining PMH Financial, Mr. McKnight served as Vice President of Operations and Data Acquisition for Claremont Information Systems, a real estate technology company focused on foreclosure data and analytics. During this time Mr. McKnight was instrumental in all areas of the company from product creation to sales and marking. Mr. McKnight also has a J.D. from the University Of Colorado Law School.
Mr. Cascioli is both an accomplished real estate practitioner and an adjunct faculty member at the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate, in the Daniels College of Business, at the University of Denver (DU). His empirical track record of success includes brownfields acquisition and redevelopment with LandBank, retail development with the Trammel Crow Company, industrial leasing and office property brokerage with firms including CBRE, The former Staubach Company, and Julien Studley. A recognized pioneer in the repositioning and redevelopment of functionally obsolete and distressed real estate, Mr. Cascioli has been directly responsible for the successful repositioning and redevelopment of over 8 million square feet of retail, office, industrial, and residential product nationwide. Additionally, he has consummated repositioning lease and sales transactions in excess of $100 million while sourcing debt & equity in support of many of these transactions. During the course of his career he has provided consulting services that include commercial property repositioning, due diligence, debt & equity placement, real estate brokerage, excess and surplus property disposition, auctioning, and academic research. His consulting work has been on behalf of companies and entities that include: Arter & Hadden, First Union Real Estate Investments, GE Capital, Matrix Financial, Maxtor, The Pyne Companies, Perlmutter Development, Qwest, Radiant Partners, The Staubach Company, Julien Studley, Trammell Crow, WhitestoneREIT, and the cities of Littleton and Englewood, Colorado. Cascioli holds real estate brokers licenses in Colorado and Texas and is a registered appraiser in Colorado.