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My credit limit on each card is $2500. I know lots of people with a lot higher limits that have lower credit scores, so I just wanted to make sure that I wasn't hurting myself in the far off future when I do want to buy a home, and they turn me down because the CC companies haven't granted me a lot of credit, so I may be a bigger risk or something.

It sounds like it doesn't really matter either way, so I'm going to accept the higher credit limits on the 2 cards, but not actively seek any more on the other card.

Thanks for the feedback.
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