Houston Credit Repair Expert Vanessa Perry explains the most important three things that should be asked before Valentine’s Day in the latest episode of Ask Impeccable below.
1. How is Your Credit?
It may seem out of nowhere by asking this especially if it is a newly established relationship. It is actually one of the most simplistic things to ask to get to know someone. If they have Impeccable Credit they have their life together and you can go into your relationship with a clean slate. If your spouse has below a 750 credit score at least you can be prepared. At least you know what is going on rather than being in the dark. Everyone has a past. Not everyone is educated on credit as soon as they turn eighteen to establish their score. You should not just write someone off based on their credit score. You can suggest ways to help them and consider it a warning before getting serious.
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Impeccable Credit Services is a great source for education and restoring your credit. Every client has an individual plan. The plans are made to fit their goals and lifestyle in order to repair and restore the credit. By taking the time it takes to fix a couples credit can save them many arguments in the long run. With two physical offices in the Houston area and over sixteen years of experience Impeccable Credit Services can get your credit relationship ready within six to twelve months.
2. Have You Been Previously Married or Do You Have Children?
This seems like a standard dating question, but it is also related to credit. If someone has been in a previous marriage or has children with their ex this can have financial strains and ties. It can negatively effect their credit and they might have financial obligations to their spouse such as alimony and or child support.
3. What is Your Annual Income?
Despite popular belief it is important to know how much someone makes. You can be in a relationship for love but when it comes down to it does your partner live beyond their means or are they able to sustain a family in the future.