3 Tips on Choosing the Right Paint Color for Your Space (Plus Bonus Tips!) In a home, few things are scarier — and more fun — than a blank wall. There are plenty of ways to address it, but if you’re here, you’ve probably decided on painting. Good for you! […]
Home Equity is defined as the difference between your home’s value and your mortgage balance. Over time, the equity in your home increases in one of two main ways: Mortgage Payments – Making consistent principal payments each month. Market Value – When home prices rise, so does the value of […]
You know the saying, “Real estate is about three things: Location, location, location.” It’s an adage as old as Time itself (assuming Time started in the early 20th century). Though the real estate market has changed immeasurably since then, the principle is as true now as it ever was. In […]
Ancient or previously little-known philosophies have been making their way into interior design forever, but the practice has certainly boomed recently. (Hygge, anyone?) These ideologies consist of broader life principles that, when applied to your space, add value in general. Wabi-sabi is one such philosophy that is gaining popularity, and […]
We all like to declutter. Putting away the laundry, sorting through the mail pile, reorganizing that Beanie Baby collection that’s definitely going to be worth millions some day… There are few things more satisfying. In fact, there used to be a whole time of year dedicated to it: “spring cleaning,” […]
Selling a home can be a stressful experience, especially without the help of a Realtor ®. A Realtor will guide you through every step of the selling process from helping determine a sales price, to creating and maintaining the listing and marketing your home to potential buyers. However, if you’re […]
For the past few decades, house flipping — that is, buying a home for cheap, renovating it, and selling it for profit — has been a major trend among developers and investors. In the early 00’s, it was commonplace for predatory flippers to take advantage of market conditions by adding […]
Curb appeal: We all love to see it; not all of us know how to do it. But we all can do it, with a little help from our old friends, plants. If you’re looking to sell your house — be it now or years from now — or if […]
Given the fluctuating (and current!) housing market, it’s sometimes easy to wonder “Is it worth it to buy a house?” As we celebrate Homeownership Month, let’s take some time to go over some of the positive outcomes associated with owning a home.
The first impression a buyer sees is the exterior of the home – especially the yard. Some landscaping investments can increase your home’s value, while some may not be worth the hassle. Learn more about what projects to invest your time and money into, and how to maintain all your hard work.
We understand that the thought of a home purchase or loan refinance process can seem daunting. GoPrime prides ourselves on matching you with a local lender that takes the time to get to know you and your individual needs, but it’s also smart to start the journey as educated and prepared as possible.
Is now the right time to buy a home? It is important you are in a position where purchasing a home is beneficial to you and your finances. Purchasing readiness can boil down to a few key points, and these are some to consider.
At GoPrime Mortgage, Inc., we understand that applying for a mortgage may cause stress and confusion. Protecting and maintaining your credit score during the preparation and application stages is important to ensure you receive competitive credit terms.
Spring Break provides students with a bit of reprieve from their hectic schedules and obligations before finals and the last half of the school year. We’re going to dig into this tradition, why it’s important, and share some ideas for how to spend the time with your family in a fun and nurturing way.
You may be a fan of the colder weather or despise the dipping temperatures. Driving people indoors to stay cozy and warm can have upsides, like more family time, or downsides, like going stir-crazy. That doesn’t mean there aren’t still fun indoor and outdoor activities. Check out some of these ideas to maintain morale and stay active in the colder, shorter months.