As part of a festive period move, the lender announced a rate cut in September, which was also followed by other industry players. Right now, other lenders are offering loans starting at 6.45 percent.
“Our 60-day holiday season special was deeply appreciated by homebuyers and we saw very strong demand dynamics – both in new cases and balance transfers,” said Ambuj Chandna, president of mainstream activities.
The new rates will be applicable until December 10, according to the press release.
It can be noted that industry players have pointed out that rates – which are currently at their ten-year low – are currently at their lowest. The central bank should largely begin to withdraw its ultra-accommodative measures initiated in the wake of the pandemic, which have led to a hunt for liquidity and lower lending rates.
“Central banks and sovereign states around the world have 1 medicine for all problems: printing money. Distorts value and values. Like climate change, it is the problem of the next generation. the bank’s chief executive and chief executive, Uday Kotak, tweeted on Sunday.