Ty Swarts

Meet Ty

19 Reviews - 5 Rating

About Ty Swarts

NMLS #1606605

Office - 913-356-5193

Mobile - 913-220-6453

Fax - 913-303-5064

Advice for new home buyers

Be prepared, not scared. Which seems broad and is intended to be so. You could be asked for more than you ever thought was necessary which is part of the process. The more you can gather, ask and understand upfront, the easier it is when the ball gets rolling. Enjoy the ride, you are about to achieve one of the American dreams, home ownership! It’s a big deal!

Questions & Answers

What’s your advice for new home buyers?

Be prepared, not scared. Which seems broad and is intended to be so. You could be asked for more than you ever thought was necessary which is part of the process. The more you can gather, ask and understand upfront, the easier it is when the ball gets rolling. Enjoy the ride, you are about to achieve one of the American dreams, home ownership! It’s a big deal!

What is your motto or personal mantra?

Do the little things now, it will help with the big things later.

What is your favorite sports team?

Kansas State Wildcats Football

What is on your bucket list?

Attend the Masters Golf Tournament, watch a football game in the Big House and a few other locations.

What aspect of your job are you most passionate about?

Cliché as it might sound, getting new house keys in my customers hands. Truly nothing more enjoyable than that first phone call after documents have been signed and they own their new home.

Where did you grow up?

Osage City, KS

What are some of your hobbies?

Kids (triplet teenagers require some attention), golf, sporting events, mainly KSU Football

Before working at nbkc, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had?

While at Kanas State, I was an equipment manager for the football team and my gameday job was to hold the headset cord for Legendary Hall of Fame Coach Bill Snyder. So, I have many miles logged walking side by side with Coach up and down that sideline hearing every word spoke into his microphone and every play as it was relayed to the team.