- Today2017April 2014
RealtorChartwell RealtyTed is a member of the Kansas Association of Realtors, the Missouri Association of Realtors, the Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors, the National Association of Realtors, and the Heartland Multiple Listing Service.
ResearchFirst Kansas Community Development CorpResearch.
- TodayMarch 2014July 2012
RealtorKeller Williams Eastland PartnersKeller Williams Eastland Partners "Smart Seller" Program
with flexible commission rates
Sell your home yourself while your home is listed, and pay no Realtor Commission. How you benefit in the "Smart Seller" Program: By having the ability to contribute and get compensated for your efforts, as the homeowner. You can run your own ads, and you can hold your own open houses, if you wish. This of course, would not apply to a Buyer exposed to your home by the Keller Williams Eastland Partners office, or by another Realtor.
No Advance Fees of any kind. You only pay a Realtor commission if Keller Williams Eastland Partners procures an offer from a qualified Buyer to purchase your home that is acceptable to you, the Seller.
Flexible Commission Schedule. The Keller Williams Eastland Partners "Smart Seller" Program offers your, the Seller, flexibility. The Realtor commission you pay varies, depending on when your home is sold, who sells your home, and
whether or not Keller Williams Eastland Partners is selling the next home you purchase. To obtain more information about the Keller Williams Eastland Partners "Smart Seller" Program kindly forward your
inquiries to Ted Ihde.
- TodayJuly 2012January 2011
Research AnalystResearch and grant writing.
- TodayJanuary 2011June 2007
ConsultantFirst Kansas FinancialTed owned First Kansas Financial, an organization he founded in 2007. At First Kansas Ted scrutinized, evaluated, and priced closed whole residential mortgage loans. The role required Ted to draft reports and recommendations about federal and state compliance regulations and compliance related to home loans. He also analyzed client settlement offers from banks to not-for-profits to determine the best course of action for such groups.
A knowledgeable Consultant, Ted works with banking institutions and other clients. He proves especially successful in developing business relationships and partnerships that promote the immediate and long-term goals of his customers. He possesses considerable experience in retail and commercial banking and a strong reputation with C-level financial professionals.
- TodayJanuary 2009August 2008
ConsultantNational Bank of Kansas CityNational Bank Of Kansas City Starts Mortgage Recovery
In an effort to help those borrowers hurt by subprime mortgages, National Bank Of Kansas City’s (NBKC) mortgage division has started a Mortgage Recovery program.
As part of the program, NBKC will review a consumer’s current loan, including prepayment penalties, adjustment dates and rate variables, and educate the borrower on the current loan and available options.
With so many stories in the media regarding subprime loans, refinancing, FHA loans, rate freezes and foreclosures, consumers are confused about their options,” said Todd Geiman, Executive Vice President of NBKC’s mortgage division. “We were taken aback by the misinformation given to many of the people we’ve spoke with. Many home owners don’t even realize they fall in the subprime category. We want to help people understand their options.”
Out of this concern grew NBKC’s Mortgage Recovery program. Loan officers will review current loan papers, making sure the consumer understands when their loan will adjust and what it will adjust to. If the consumer’s loan has already adjusted and they are struggling to make the payments, the loan officer educates them on their options as well as provides information on other agencies that may be of help. Those interested in having their loan reviewed can call 800-375-8096 to schedule an appointment.
Refinance is an option for some people, while others may qualify for the rate freeze. The problem we’re seeing is that people don’t know where to turn or what they qualify for,” said Shawn Courter, one of the loan officers who volunteered for the program.
The consultation is a no-pressure, no-sales meeting. It’s strictly about arming the borrower with the facts about their mortgage and making sure they understand any potential risk.
“Home ownership has climbed to 80 percent in the last couple of years. We are finding people in subprime loans that shouldn’t be,” Geiman said. “Many would qualify for an FHA loan, which can include better terms, and more importantly, a fixed rate.”
On Dec. 6, President Bush announced a plan to freeze rates for a select group of subprime borrowers. To qualify, the loans had to be funded between Jan. 1, 2005, and July 31, 2007, and have an interest rate that will reset between Jan. 1, 2008, and July 31, 2010.
The rate freeze will only help a fraction of the more than one million subprime borrowers. Borrowers also need to look at FHA loans and refinancing as possible solutions. Refinancing to a fixed rate should be the first option the consumer considers,” Geiman said.
Recently the Federal Housing Administration received broader flexibility to offer refinancing to homeowners with good credit history.
Although NBKC is a national lender, lending in all 50 states, the program is being rolled out first on a local level. It will be rolled out nationally in the second quarter of 2008. Currently NBKC funds conforming loans, including FHA and VA mortgages. In 2007, 24.69 percent of NBKC’s funded loans fall in the FHA and VA categories. NBKC funds FHA loans in all 50 states.
- TodaySeptember 2008January 2000
Executive OfficerConsumers Choice Mortgage ServicesFor eight years, Ted served as an Executive Officer for Consumers Choice Mortgage Services, Inc. in New Jersey. Licensed as a mortgage banker and a secondary mortgage lender by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, he was also licensed as a registered mortgage broker by the New York State Banking Department and as a mortgage company by the Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner. Ted managed the firm’s loan officer training programs and daily operations, growing the company’s closed loan volume to $12.5 million per month and expanding the staff to 45 loan officers stationed in three locations.
- BLOOMFIELD COLLEGE, Bloomfield
HistoryBachelor of Arts
- BLOOMFIELD COLLEGE, Bloomfield
BLOOMFIELD COLLEGEBachelor of Arts
History - ACHIEVEMENTS
Graduated Summa Cum Laude
Dean's List First Honors 1998-2000
Academic All-American honors (2000)
Starting goal keeper on the Bloomfield College Mens Golden Deacons soccer team
Earned an athletic scholarship in soccer
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-Newark CampusLiberal Arts
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A member of the North Jersey Association of Realtors (NJAR), the Kansas City Regional Association of Realtors (KCRAR), the Kansas Association of Realtors (KAR), the Missouri Association of Realtors (MAR), the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the Heartland Multiple Listing Service (HMLS), and the Garden State Multiple Listing Service (GSMLS) Ted is a real estate and banking professional with 15 years experience. His firm has identified opportunities such as loan pools and other debt-related agreements with banks and lenders to build real estate and other secondary investment assets. Ted also monitors market conditions and other factors to ensure growth of organizational investments.
His expertise in the financial industry and his proven track record of success in real estate give Ted unique instincts in choosing mortgage loans, properties, and other investments. As a secondary market consultant, Ted analyzes existing loans and capitalization efforts and purchases them from their original owners. In some cases, the initial issuer of the debt hedges its bets in favor of immediate profits rather than long-term risk by selling loans or loan pools.
Prior to founding First Kansas Financial, Ted provided prospecting and negotiation services for the National Bank of Kansas City in Overland Park. He cultivated trusted partner relationships between the bank and other financial institutions and hedge funds. In this capacity, Ted focused on development of connections with key personnel and high-level executives. A skilled consultant, he guided clients in the creation of strategies and initiatives that helped them realize their business objectives.
A graduate of Bloomfield College in Bloomfield, New Jersey, Ted earned a Bachelor of Arts with summa cum laude honors. While in college, he garnered recognitions as a member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, an Academic All-American, and a scholarship athlete in soccer. Today, Ted remains a scholar of business and politics, staying up-to-date on the latest news, methodologies, and trends. He also coaches his daughters’ soccer teams and is an active member of Emporia Main Street.