Life today is a bit hectic. Big companies are always advertising their products, and many times people are tied down because their credit may not be good enough to buy the house or apartment they want, or the vehicle they need.
Fortunately, there is the help of people like Loren Leon, who is a Dominican immigrant raised in the Bronx. From the moment she arrived in the United States, she has worked tirelessly to achieve the American dream.
Loren runs The Credit Assist, an independent financial services firm that offers credit repair service, as well as financial planning, tradelines, credit coaching, educational seminars and more.
Loren helps clients through a team that has years of experience setting financial goals and removing negative and inaccurate information from credit reports. They also help people with no credit.
From that point on, Loren prepared herself in all matters related to credit repair in order to “repair” her still battered family relationship. In addition, Loren, who lived from paycheck to paycheck, felt that she could no longer work for someone else and build someone else’s dream.
Accordingly, Loren made the decision to go into the credit repair industry, where she could run her own business, be her own boss, fight for her dreams and not someone else’s, and have the time and financial freedom to help his loved ones and others.
Another big obstacle was changing the way they interacted with clients due to COVID-19. However, thanks to the amazing team at The Credit Assist they were able to adjust effectively.
Besides her credit repair company, Loren is also the author of The Credit Repair Guide for Beginners. In addition, she is a real estate owner and an investor, who sometimes works as a freelancer for large companies like Telemundo.
In all that she does, Loren recognizes the importance of having the right mindset. She also stresses that it is important to know your business very well, and to always offer something that helps others.
Loren’s next projects include creating DIY credit repair books in Spanish tailored for the Latino community. She is also looking to give credit classes to high school students.
Find out more about Loren and the services she offers here.