Kai Bike – Houston Agent Magazine

Offering a pleasant experience and superior customer service, Kai Bike knows that at its heart, the mortgage industry is not just about rates and programs. “Treating the borrower with dignity, respect and gratitude have been keys to my success,” says Bike, Mortgage Consultant at First United Mortgage Group. “I’m honest with my customers, whether it’s good or bad news. The sooner they know the truth, the more confident they are to move forward.

Working with clients ranging from first-time home buyers to seasoned buyers financing multi-million dollar homes, Bike is readily available to answer questions at any time, thanks in part to his team. “Financing a home doesn’t have to be a painful process, and my goal is to put people at ease and let them know I’m on their side from start to finish,” he says, adding that he listens to his borrowers and their needs first and foremost, then educates, so that clients feel empowered in their decisions. “I treat every borrower the same way I would like to be treated.”

For Bike, lending runs in his blood. “My dad is in his 42nd year in banking and introduced me to the mortgage industry by helping me get my first job at GMAC Mortgage,” recalls Bike, himself a 23-year industry veteran. years. “My father is one of my greatest mentors. To this day, I will ask my father for advice.

He is a member of the Breeders Greeters Committee of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and has contributed to the SPARK School Park program and Habitat for Humanity. Additionally, he is a board member of the Terrace Elementary PTA and a member of the non-profit organization Cowboys 4 Heroes, a buying group that purchases livestock to feed veterans and families throughout their lives. the year.

Bike enjoys being the favorite uncle of his nieces and nephews and enjoys saltwater fishing, golf, sailing, traveling, volunteering, and playing with his chocolate lab, Duke.

First United Bank (NMLS #400025, Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender) is a licensed lender in Oklahoma and Texas. The content of this article is for informational purposes only. Please consult your loan officer for more information.

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