I've been out of college for a couple years and i'm quickly paying off my student loans. I have some loans and other bills I pay every month. I'll provide as many details as I can in order to get as much accuracy as possible!
Student loans - $18k remaining - $1000/month
Car - $22 remaining - $500/month (no interest)
Jet Ski - $12k remaining - $250/month (until student loans are paid off,
And various other bills such as cell phone, ISP, etc, but above are the loans I have. I have never missed any payments. I've paid off one other loan already (engagement ring - $2k). Below you can find some details about my credit score. These details are provided for free through one of my credit card providers (hopefully they are accurate and represent my true credit score?).
Finally for the question. If I continue at this pace, which I definitely plan to, how high will my credit score go and how quickly? My father has told me his score floats around 850 and it doesn't change too much anymore, but he is 56 years old and i'm only 24. I'm curious as to how long it takes to build up such a great credit score? Maybe the answer is to keep old accounts so your credit length goes up and to not miss a payment, but that doesn't tell me how fast my score will continue to go up. My score seems to go up little by little according to the chart above.