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Scott Stevens

Embrace Home Loans Corporate
02842

25 Enterprise Center

Middletown, RI 02842

800-333-3004

About Scott

Scott’s been a loan officer with Embrace Home Loans since 2010. His dedication to his customers means helping them navigate through refinance and purchase loans every step of the way.

Scott is a problem solver who can turn difficult loans into closings. To make sure the process goes smoothly, he maintains constant contact with his customers, day in and day out. In fact, as a consistent producer, Scott has been named multiple times as an Embrace All Star for his sales results.

When he's not working Scott can be found at home, spending time with his wife and kids.

98% Customer Satisfaction Rating
Zillow 5 star rating
Inc 5000 Fastest Growing companies
Scotsman Guide Top Lender

Reviews(233)

  • 4

    4 Survey completed on October 13, 2021

    Review By Amanda R. for Scott Stevens

    Completed transaction in October 2021

    The whole process went very fast!

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on October 13, 2021

    Review By Mary B. for Scott Stevens

    Completed transaction in October 2021

    The professional way this whole transaction was handled. Can complain about one thing. Would recommend to a friend.

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on October 09, 2021

    Review By Kalyani K. for Scott Stevens

    Completed transaction in October 2021

    Scott helped step by step and guided us , I recommend him very highly.

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on October 06, 2021

    Review By David T. for Scott Stevens

    Completed transaction in October 2021

    Excellant communication, professional and able to answer all of our questions knowledgeably.

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on October 04, 2021

    Review By Charles G. for Scott Stevens

    Completed transaction in September 2021

    Process was simple and direct.

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