About Philip Feiner


Philip grew up in New Rochelle, New York and spent the early part of his career in the manufacturing sector working with his family’s custom metal manufacturing business.  As a fourth generation family business, customer service and doing what was right were two business principals that were stressed from the beginning.  It was these principals and practices that enabled the business to grow and prosper for close to 118 years. 

After 30 odd years at P. Feiner & Sons Inc., Philip moved to selling Real Estate in Manhattan focusing primarily on the sales and rentals of Co-Op’s and Condominium Apartments.   The lessons learned from working with his family business were invaluable and he brings these skills and a strong sense of customer service with him to the world of Real Estate.

Integrity, professionalism, and a strong attention to detail are a few traits that best describe Philip.  In addition to his life in the manufacturing environment, he has enjoyed a great deal of success in the Livestock Industry.  He and his partner operate one of the more successful Llama farms in the country at their farm in Stephentown, NY.  In addition to breeding Llamas and Horses, Philip enjoys a reputation as one of the top Llama judges in the country. 

With a strong desire to give back to the Livestock Community, Philip has spent a number of years serving as a Director and Treasurer for a number of Not for Profit livestock organizations.  He has served as a director and treasurer of both the Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association and the Llama Futurity Association.  Additionally, he has served on the Judges Committee of the Alpaca and Llama Show Association and the International Llama Registry – Show Division.  He currently serves as Chair of the ILR-SD Judges Committee and the Executive Committee, overseeing operations of the Show Division.

With 25 years “weekending” as a Stephentown resident, he is happy to have moved up the area full time.  His years of residency have given him a keen understanding of the area and the needs of both the local residents and those of the weekender.