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FINALLY! My journey is becoming complete....NFCU ???

We are searching for a new home and it will be paid in CASH.  One auto loan will be pif'd by Sept. 2010. 

How will this affect our ability to maintain our credit limits with NFCU?  Should we ask that the limits be increased once our current home loan shows ZERO BALANCE?

We do have a couple of small limit cards, which he uses for business only (and is mandatory) Because he's in sales, he needs to keep a close track on gas AND expenses, so Cap One & Shell fits the bill.

Maybe he should think about getting another NFCU card and close cap one?  He could also close shell and use the NFCU.....or should we keep everything open as they're no fee?

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