RBI keeps repo rate unchanged; SBI offers waiver on processing fees

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As generally planned, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its Monetary Policy Committee meeting every month, keeps the inflation rate unchanged at 4 percent, which will prevent borrowers from continuing paying almost the same interest rate on their EMI home loans.

For those looking for home loans at a lower cost, the country’s largest bank, State Bank of India, launched the SBI Monsoon Dhamaka Offer with 100 percent clearance in the transaction of housing bills, the offer ended on 31.08 .2021. This is a significant reduction from the 0.40 percent existing operating costs.

For new homeowners, this may be the right time to buy their home. Currently, there are almost 15 banks that fund interest rates that are below 7 percent compared to 8.4 percent in the previous 24 months. The actual interest rate will depend on the home loan amount, your credit score, term, and so on.

Since the repayment rate has remained unchanged for the past few months, the RLLR has also remained the same for most banks. Some of the banks that a new lender may explore for a more favorable interest include SBI, LIC Housing Finance, ICICI Bank and HDFC, Kotak Mahindra Bank, etc.

Keeping in mind the current situation, a small reduction in basic wages may be widely celebrated as the low interest rates have been a key factor in reviving demand in the retail sector in the region. all. While consumers are happy with lower loan rates right now, the fall is becoming more desirable, ”said Lincoln Bennet Rodrigues, Founder and Chairman, Bennet & Bernard Group.

Keeping in mind the current situation, a small reduction in basic wages may be widely celebrated as the low interest rates have been a key factor in reviving demand in the retail sector in the region. While consumers are happy with lower loan rates right now, the fall is becoming more desirable,” said Lincoln Bennet Rodrigues, Founder and Chairman, Bennet & Bernard Group.

However, given the current state of the economy, it has just emerged from its second wave and is on the rise. the tip of the third wave, expect the recovery rate to be below. Even if a hike is made it should not be too high, but economic recovery remains a priority for the government. Therefore, it is best to keep home loans on an RLLR -based loan basis, even with 20 to 30 basis points difference in rates that may provide significant savings for borrowers,” he said. Atul Monga, Co-founder & CEO, BASIC Home loan.

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