Because giving back to the community matters
Zachery Adam, Branch Manager of GoPrime Mortgage, Inc., builds relationships and supports community endeavors. To Zachery, giving back to the community is an essential part of being a responsible neighborhood business in a thriving neighborhood. As a result, he helps his neighbors in more ways than simply providing mortgage loans. From charities to community events, he’s involved with his community.
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Like relationship building, community involvement does not happen overnight. It takes time, effort and good intentions. But if you read our Branch Mission Statement and Vision, you learn that GoPrime Mortgage, Inc. is committed to Asheville-style goals:
- Staying true to its word
- Developing a successful business helping others
- Treating everyone with respect and dignity
- Building a reputation for excellence
Everyone who donates to the fund will receive a REACH badge to use in their marketing materials for that year, will appear on this website and in other Homeward Bound communications. Anyone donating $1,200 or more a year will receive these benefits and be invited to exclusive Homeward Bound Key Society giving circle events.
Giving Back to the Community
Real Estate Agents Combating Homelessness – R.E.A.C.H. Fund Our commission – to end chronic homelessness
Homeward Bound recently launched an ambitious goal of ending chronic homelessness in Buncombe County. As Western North Carolina grows in popularity, we feel a responsibility to ensure that no one is left outside.
Homeward Bound’s REACH Fund will tackle this objective through the support of real estate professionals, members of associated industries, home buyers and sellers, and businesses community-wide. Local agents agree to donate a portion of each commission so that everyone can have a key to their own home.
What can the real estate industry do to help? Last year, agents in Buncombe County alone closed over $1 Billion in real estate sales. If every real estate agent donated 1% of their commission to REACH, this would provide nearly $700,000 in funding. Enough to effectively end chronic homelessness.
Zachery is a family man who has settled in West Asheville.
His children attend Rainbow Community Schooland Children’s Earth School in the neighborhood, and he formerly served on the Board of Directors at Rainbow. That’s a level of commitment beyond attending PTA meetings. And his family remains the most important thing to him.
GoPrime Mortgage, Inc. reflects that commitment to the neighborhood, whether that neighborhood is West Asheville, greater Asheville, Buncombe County, Western North Carolina or North Carolina. No matter which community you hail from, Zachery gives you the attention and respect you deserve because your community is Zachery’s community.
Zachery is currently on the Board of WABA (West Asheville Business Association). He is also on a mission to end homelessness. Zachery is a co-founding member of R.E.A.C.H (Real Estate Agents Combating Homelessness) and sits on the Board of REACH. Find out much more about REACH above – Our commission – to end chronic homelessness.
GoPrime Mortgage, Inc
862 Haywood Road Asheville, NC 28806
How we can help you
Although labeled an independent mortgage lender, GoPrime Mortgage, Inc. is not a one-man operation. Zachery Adam and his Team has the support of a streamlined operation, with professionals who assist in every phase of the loan process. His team includes an appraisal vendor, loan processors, underwriters, closers and even the CEO or president if needed. When you choose to work with Zachery, you get the support of his team as well.
It’s important to Zack that he and his team are approachable and can provide assistance to home buyers who are often inundated with misinformation about the financial picture and mortgage options. In an automated culture reliant on digital communication, it’s time to put the human element back into these conversations. He could never be behind the scenes.
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Branch Manager, Loan Officer
"What we do is so far more important than lending and buying houses. We are in the business of facilitating dreams and honoring the start of a new home.”
“I wake up every morning with incredible appreciation. I love what I do.”
He likes to work with clients new to the homebuying process. Remembering what it was like for his family, he can take his knowledge of the mortgage industry and make that process easier.