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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 7, 2019
SBI has cut its MCLR for one-year tenure by 15 bps to 8.25% per annum from 8.40% earlier; the two-years MCLR comes down to 8.35% per annum, from 8.50% annum, while rates for three-years has been slashed to 8.45%


Pallav Pandey
October 30, 2018
As a generation, millennials have a very different take on homeownership than their parents or grandparents.


Goutam Das
New Delhi, April 28, 2017
Murmurs of online classifieds firm Quikr buying HDFC Realty and HDFC Red are rife. Here's what you need to know about HDFC Red, a small company that believes in clutter-free design, and revenues sans ads.


Dipak Mondal/Money Today
March 8, 2013
Whether you are a loan applicant, an insurance buyer, a mobile phone user or a job seeker, lenders, insurance companies and employers may use your conduct to analyse the risk that you can pose to them.


PTI
New Delhi, July 2, 2011
The prices declined in eight major cities due to a slowdown in property demand, according to the latest data of the National Housing Bank.


Anuradha Shukla
New Delhi, March 30, 2011
According to the Makaan Buy versus Rent Index, it is better to stay rented in subcities of Delhi East, Delhi North, Delhi South, Delhi West and Dwarka, than buy a house.


Pritam P. Hans
March 14, 2011
Don't just walk into any bank for a loan. Do your homework before you apply as rejections impact your credit-worthiness.


By Sushmita Choudhury
July 24, 2007
Be it to repair your roof or give your garden a makeover, home improvement loans are an easy answer. Here's how to go about it.


Anand Adhikari
July 21, 2010
HDFC, the largest player in the home loan business, has revived teaser rates although Chairman Deepak Parekh had earlier dismissed such schemes as marketing gimmicks.


N. Madhavan
June 9, 2010
BankBazaar facilitates loan disbursement of Rs 100 crore a month with just 30 employees, most of them banking specialists who had worked at Amazon.com and Microsoft.


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