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Last Updated 21st Oct 2016

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Home Loan Balance Transfer Calculator News - Oct 2016
14th Oct 16 PNB Housing Finance cuts home loan rates by 10 basis points
PNB Housing has reduced its home loan rates by 10 bps. The floating home loan rates have been reduced to 9.45 per cent from 9.55 per cent while fixed rates decreased to 9.4 from 9.5 per cent. PNBHFL has also cut its loan against property rates by 25 bps to 11 per cent from 11.25 per cent. This rate cut will be effective from 14th October, 2016.
14th Oct 16 SBI merger with its associate banks - the stage is set
The stage is set for the merger of State Bank of Hyderabad and four associate banks, SBI is preparing to take the incoming customers while taking care of the concerns raised by the bank members. There will no change in the interest rates on customer loans, the rates will be followed as per SBI rates. All the necessary instructions will be available in the SBI notice available on SBH website validating the existing cheques for the specified time period after the merger.
11th Oct 16 PNB makes home, auto loans attractive for government staff
PNB has launched a new scheme named PNB Pride for government employees. Under this scheme, the bank will offer home loans at an interest rate of 9.3 to 9.8 per cent and auto loans at 9.55 per cent effective from October 1, 2016. PNB will also offer loans without any processing fee and documentation charges.
07th Oct 16 DHFL Cuts Home Loan Rates by 0.2 per cent
Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Ltd (DHFL) has reduced home loan lending rate by 0.2 per cent to 9.35 per cent for a loan up to Rs. 30 Lakhs under the festival offer. The revised rate would be effective for its new customers from October 11. This offer is categorized under affordable housing that would enable home ownership to the low and middle income group.
07th Oct 16 HDFC plans to raise 1500 cr in debt to augment capital
HDFC Ltd will raise 1500 crore by issuing debt securities on a private placement basis. The secured non convertible debentures will carry the coupon rate of 7.5 costs per annum. HDFC will start issuing debt securities on October 13 and will end on 12th October 2018.