Advice for New Home Buyers
Make sure your credit is in order! I think it’s also highly important to understand what financing options you have as each buyer’s set of circumstances is drastically different. You’re not supposed to know all the answers (that’s what we’re here for) so find a realtor and loan officer that you trust have your best interests at hand. Lastly, buying a home is likely the largest financial decision you’ll ever make so try to enjoy the process! And let us make it as easy for you as possible.
“I have 3 previous homes from a big bank. For this 4th house, I decided to try one of the lesser known banks, NBKC. Kody was able to get me a lower rate and closing fees. The loan closed on time with no issues. I even found that NBKC has less red tape than what my previous bank required. I certainly recommend Kody and will work with him again in the future.”
—Clifton A from from Oklahoma City, OK
“Kody is a great and honest guy. He has given honest, appropriate opinion. Working with him was smooth, my entire experience was amazing. I highly recommend him.”
—Dilip Kale from from Fort Mill, SC
Surround yourself with people who see the best in you and return the favor.
Kentucky Wildcats basketball, Kansas City Chiefs football, St. Louis Cardinals baseball, St. Louis Blues hockey
I would say I’m mildly musically talented; I like to play the drums, guitar, and a little bit of piano in my free time.
I earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree from Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO. I played baseball there for four years and stuck around for another two years as a Graduate Assistant.
I want to see my kids grow up and know that they can be whatever they want to be.
Helping people better understand the mortgage/home-buying process and playing a small role in helping customers reach their financial dreams.
A small town in Southeast Missouri called Oran, MO. It’s a little farm town with about 1,200 people. I graduated with 34 other students.
I play as much golf as I can when I’m not spending time with my wife, Shelby, and our two boys, Paxton and Pace.
In my first job out of college, I worked at a sports drug testing company and managed the anti-doping programs for Minor League Baseball and the PGA Tour.