Fleetoffoot4 wrote:I have a good credit score, and my main concern is whether my other credit cards - or the card I will be transferring those balances to - will charge me a fee for doing so.
As stated above, cards generally don't charge a fee for transferring a balance from but some do charge a fee for transferring a balance to the card. 3% is typical but you need to look at the terms for whatever balance transfer offer you're considering.
Fleetoffoot4 wrote:Any recommendations on good balance transfer cards?
Define "good". I'd be looking at the BT fees if I was looking for a BT card. If you narrow the list of BT cards to those with no fee you're already looking at a relatively short list.
Keep in mind that if your utilization is high that you may find it tricky to get the limit you need/want on a new card. Also keep in mind that utilization on the card that you BT to matters as well. If you can pay down the card quickly then high utilization might not be a problem. However, if the card remains at high utilization for a long time that you run the risk of adverse action.