by David Castillo
The myth of credit is that it doesn’t buy you anything. But that’s like saying being a university professor doesn’t buy you anything. Just like an esteemed job creates opportunities, good credit establishes liberty and leisure.
Good credit gives you the freedom to buy things you might otherwise not afford. And one of the most important purchases you’ll ever make that relies on good credit is a home.
A home isn’t just a place you live. It’s a place you nourish, and that nourishes you back, keeping your memories, family, and experiences connected to one obliging space.
We all want that proverbial dream home, and nothing brings you closer to your dream home than good credit. Such is the case with Vicki Johnson, as you’ll see from the captivating pictures of her new lakefront property.
What a great team at The Credit Repairmen in San Antonio; lead by an amazing Director Tammy Gadson. The credit repair plan, support and guidance, and excellent results are the reason my credit scores were the determining factor in qualifying for my amazing lake front property purchase!
Vicki came to the Credit Repairmen recently and saw immediate results. Now there’s something else she’s seeing; a stunning landscape.
Even if lakefront property isn’t your jam, there are all kinds of benefits to living closer to nature. Natural light helps your sleep cycle, for example, and being outside also helps blood pressure. National Geographic noted a large European study recently that found people living near green space had a lower incidence of migraines, diabetes, heart disease, and assorted mental distress compared to city dwellers.
As we’ve noted here at the Credit Repairmen, restoring credit is not simply a process of giving a man a fish and feeding him for only a day.
Thank you to all the staff and associates who worked with me and provided the insight into challenging a very detailed process of understanding the credit world.
Not only did the Credit Repairmen teach Vicki to fish, in a manner of speaking, but judging by these photos, it looks like she’ll be teaching others to fish for many years to come.