OP, you have to rebuild and put yourself in a financial position so that you can buy things at 50% slashed prices because no one else is buying.
I love recessions.
I don't mind a little CL slashing here an there, I've got plenty of available credit. However, I hope they don't get slash happy while I'm out of the Country on vacay. lol
I could probably weather a 50% CLD on each card and still be just fine. But this reminds me that I need to get those BT's paid off soon.
The best tip would be to continue doing what you've been doing and make sure your savings account grows a lot faster than credit scores.
Recession is possibility, but you dont live your life in preparation for death
If you're rebuilding, you're familiar with the what you need to do credit wise. We have very little control over limits, AA or any action on the part of the lenders so why sweat something that may or may not happen at some undetermined point in future?
If a person is already surviving on credit cards, they dont need recession to know they are in trouble.
It's business as usual till sky starts falling down.
Building your savings is most important when building or rebuilding credit. My favorite analogy is to this is "Relying on credit cards for a financial emergency is no better than relying on a gun when you need cash." Both will get you into trouble in the long term. Having money in savings is the best way to safeguard your financial future.
Yes! I am trying to get ready! It will be a buyers market again and I'd like to invest in a four-plex.
Those of us rebuilding aren't as fortunate as you
SBI has already reduced the interest rates on FD, I think there is an economic slowdown in our country. So I think we can expect some actions from banks in the coming days.
Banks will not necessarily cut CLs during recession. I’ve always had large CLs (>50k) even as a student decades ago and never had my CL decreased.
Off topic but I read on a thread that you have a special order Birkin. One day when you feel like sharing you'll have to post a photo so I can drool and continue to pray to the Hermès Gods that one day I'll be able to afford one