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How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

I was curious as to what others available credit is/was

 after 2 years of building credit?

 

My goal is to get to 60k in available credit by end of 2013 ?


Its now about a year since i started and i am at 14K credit available

 

I always make sure to PIF and keep my utilz under 5%.

 

I just added two AU's with over 6yr history so that should help me

on my next apps.

 

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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

That's difficult to gauge since lots of people have npsl cards. As long as you have enough to meet your needs you're all good pretty much.

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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

I have more than $70, 000 in total credit limt after 3 years of building credit. This limit does not inlcude my NPSL charge card from Amex.

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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

I have $2100 in available credit with 5½ months of history. I'm gonna wait til the 1 year mark to get into the 5 digits! -fingers itching and body starts shaking- lol


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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

I have $3100 in available credit after 3 1/2 years of rebuilding through revolving accounts. But i only had one credit card for the first 3 years. I will have over $4000 (hopefully $5000) total by March!
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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?


MovingForward_2012 wrote:
I have $3100 in available credit after 3 1/2 years of rebuilding through revolving accounts. But i only had one credit card for the first 3 years. I will have over $4000 (hopefully $5000) total by March!

My new years resolution is to beat MovingForward's available credit by the end of the year! lol


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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

Haha! I didn't include that I was going to apply for a Discover or AMEX in Sept. the race is on! Smiley Wink
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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

120K after 9 months- garden since
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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?

almost 65k in 18 months.

 

Not bad, but goal is 6 figures by end of 2013.

About 325k in Credit Lines
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Re: How much available credit after 2 years of credit building?


uroosa1 wrote:

 

My goal is to get to 60k in available credit by end of 2013 ?



 


whats your income though? 

 

i had a solid year and half history and went from 3k in aval credit to 21k now. 

my income is around 35k before taxes. 

i plan on closing out my lower limit cards though when i get my higher limit cards. 

 

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