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Say Goodbye to Heavy EMIs – Opt for Flexi Hybrid Home Loan

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  • Flexi Hybrid Home Loan allows paying only interest as EMI
  • Principal holiday period of 4 years
  • The principal and interest after 4 years paid only on the amount utilised
  • Flexibility of flexi-interest and flexi term loan in a single loan

With the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) hiking repo rates in its bi-monthly monetary policy review by 25 bps, interest rates of several loans have already started tightening. Though aimed to control inflation, it’s anticipated that home loan borrowers will bear the brunt of the latest move by the apex bank.

Hike in repo rate would push up home loan interest rates and subsequently the EMIs. The move might be a dampener if you are a first-time home loan borrower. However, with Bajaj Finserv Flexi Hybrid Home Loan, not only do you get the requisite funds to buy your dream home but are also relieved of heavy EMIs. Read on to know more.

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Payment of only interest component as EMIs

A regular home loan, on a fixed interest rate, taken from a financial institution consists of the interest and the principal component. During the entire loan tenor, the EMI remains constant. Though the interest and the principal ratio varies during the loan tenor, the EMI remains fixed.

However, with Bajaj Finserv Flexi Hybrid Home Loan, during the initial tenor, you pay only the interest as the EMI and nothing for the principal. The principal holiday period, where you need not pay anything towards the principal, lasts up to 4 years. Only after 4 years, the EMI will constitute the principal and the interest component.

So, for instance, if the EMI of your home loan is Rs.30,000, with the interest component amounting to Rs.20,000, during the initial 4 years, you need to pay only Rs.20,000. Only after 4 years, you need to pay the principal component of the EMI. This not only reduces your EMIs but also help you better manage your finances. Also, during the interest-only period, there’s no reduction in the loan limit.

Principal and interest only on the amount utilised

Unlike a regular home loan where you need to pay interest on the entire loan amount disbursed, in case of Flexi Hybrid Home Loan, after the principal holiday period of 4 years for the balance tenor, the EMIs would consist of the principal and the interest – only on the amount utilised from your approved loan limit and not on the entire limit.

For instance, if your approved limit is Rs.25 lakh for a tenor of 15 years, and you use only Rs.20 lakh from this limit, after the principal holiday period, from fifth year onwards, you need to pay the principal and the interest only on Rs.20 lakh. This further brings down the EMI and helps in savings in the long-run.

High EMIs – No longer a hurdle

Thus, with a Bajaj Finserv Flexi Hybrid Loan, high EMIs are no longer a hurdle in purchasing your dream home. Irrespective of hike in home loan interest rate, following RBI’s move, this new and innovative home loan offering helps you buy your dream home with utmost ease.

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Even if you are early into your career, where generally income levels are low, you can go on and address the crucial life goal of buying the home of your choice. The principal holiday period of 4 years not only keeps your EMIs low but also ensures you are able to take care of day-to-day expense of running a household. Apply for home loan today and enjoy the joys of owning your own home.

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RBI’s Governor Quits After Months of Pressure From The Central Government

The timing just before this week's board meeting suggests that there's still a huge gap between the government and RBI positions on key issues

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The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel attends a news conference in Mumbai, India. VOA

The Governor of India’s central bank, Urjit Patel, resigned abruptly Monday after a months-long tussle over policy with the government that has raised concerns about the bank’s independence as a national election nears.

Government officials have been pressuring the Reserve Bank of India to allow some bad-debt-laden public sector banks to lend more easily, and pushed for it to hand over some of its surplus reserves to help fund the fiscal deficit.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which must call national polls by May, faces anger in rural communities because of slumping farm incomes, and broader concerns about a lack of jobs growth in small businesses that are finding it hard to get banks to lend them money.

Getting control of the reserves would give the government more flexibility in spending on welfare policies and farm support schemes.

Patel cited “personal reasons” for his decision to immediately step down.

His resignation came four days before an RBI board meeting, and at a sensitive time for the government.

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Reserve Bank of India. VOA

 

On Tuesday, votes in key state elections are due to be counted, with exit polls suggesting the BJP could suffer some major defeats at the hands of the opposition Congress party.

That scenario, and Patel’s resignation, are expected to roil Indian markets. On Monday, forward contracts tracking the rupee against the dollar outside of market hours posted their biggest fall in more than five years.

That added to earlier losses caused largely by concerns — triggered by the state exit polls — that next year’s election might end with a defeat for the pro-business Modi and a weak coalition government, leading to policy uncertainty.

Investors will want to know quickly who Patel’s replacement will be, and how that will affect the direction of financial and monetary policy, analysts said. There was no clear front-runner, but one name being mentioned was former Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia who retired at the end of November.

While not commenting directly on Patel’s exit, Moody’s Investors Service said on Monday any signs the government was attempting to curtail the RBI’s independence would be a credit negative.

“We currently assume that the RBI will continue to pursue price and financial stability and implement policies towards these goals,” the agency said in an emailed statement.

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India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures as he addresses a gathering in New Delhi, India. VOA

 

Patel announced his departure in a short statement on the RBI’s website in which he said that “on account of personal reasons, I have decided to step down from my current position effective immediately.”

Modi suggested he had not wanted Patel to leave. On Twitter, the Indian leader praised Patel as a “thorough professional with impeccable integrity.”

“He steered the banking system from chaos to order and ensured discipline. Under his leadership, the RBI brought financial stability,” Modi tweeted. “He leaves behind a great legacy. We will miss him immensely.”

Building for months

Even before Patel’s announcement, the 10-year benchmark Indian government bond yield rose the most since September, and stocks posted their worst close in four weeks, with the broad NSE index losing 1.9 percent.

The pressure on him had been building for some months.

The government has made clear it was not happy with the RBI’s policies and stacked its board with pro-BJP representatives.

Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, who did not take an extension after his term ended in September 2016, said Indians should be concerned about what was happening.

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Police try to stop farmers during a protest demanding a better price for their produce on the outskirts of New Delhi, India. VOA

 

“We should go into the details on why there was an impasse which forced (Patel) to take this ultimate decision,” Rajan told the ET NOW television channel. “The strength of our institution is really important.”

Within the RBI there was a combination of anxiety and relief at the announcement.

“It was very shocking. … Morale of employees is very down,” said one RBI official who has been with the central bank for more than a decade. “This is very sad moment.”

But another official said Patel was often inaccessible to key financial market players and had stifled discussion within the RBI, and that now it might be possible to open up more.

“Finally things will come to peace. I can talk more openly,” this official said.

The officials asked not to be named due to the sensitivity of the matter.

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Urjit Patel’s resignation signals dangerous trend: AIBEA. VOA

 

Argentine warning

The rift between the government and the central bank became very public in late October when RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya warned in a speech that undermining a central bank’s autonomy could be “catastrophic.”

He referred to a meltdown in Argentina’s financial markets in 2010 after a struggle between the government and the central bank over who controlled the bank’s reserves.

Last week, Patel declined to answer reporters’ questions about the rift with the government, which former government officials and analysts said they were convinced was a major factor in his decision to quit.

Also Read: Arvind Kejriwal Accuses Modi Government of Betraying Farmers

There was speculation a month ago that Patel might quit over the government pressure, but the rumors eased after the two sides reached an uneasy truce ahead of last month’s RBI board meeting.

“The timing just before this week’s board meeting suggests that there’s still a huge gap between the government and RBI positions on key issues,” said A. Prasanna, head of research at ICICI Securities Primary Dealership in Mumbai. “Markets will now hope that the government has a plan of action ready so as to restore calm.” (VOA)