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Sep 11, 2017
SC asks Jaypee to deposit Rs 2,000 cr, directs IRP to protect homebuyers, creditors' interestsAround 32,000 persons had booked flats in the projects of Jaypee Infratech.
Sep 01, 2017
Tough, witty, with the times: Watch how Indian mothers are redefining the mother-son relationshipArray
Aug 14, 2017
Want to reduce interest rate on your loans, credit card? First be a good borrowerNegotiate, negotiate, negotiate - that is the only way you can lower the interest rate on loans. But for that first you have to be a good borrower
Aug 02, 2017
RBI cut repo rate by 25 bps: What it means for borrowers, what they should do, what they shouldn'tYour home loan rate is 9.25 percent, switching to another lender for a merger 10 bsp may not reduce the total cost of borrowing.
Jun 30, 2017
GST rollout: From MF investments to insurance, here’s how it will impact your money lifeA comprehensive analysis of how the tax reform will impact your investments
Jun 29, 2017
7th Pay Commission allowances from 1 July: Here are a few ideas to use that extra fundsSpend your money only if you have no debt and is in fairly good position financially
Jun 16, 2017
RBI's move to cut risk weight, provisioning for home loans credit negative for banks: Moody'sRBI also has lowered the standard asset provisioning requirement to 25 basis points from 40.
Jun 08, 2017
Rate cut: RBI, govt in open confrontation? Central bank defiantly holds groundThe Reserve Bank warned of fiscal situation getting out of hand if states unabatedly continue to waive farm loans saying it also risk spurring inflation.
Apr 26, 2017
Reliance Home Finance logs Rs 173 cr net, to get listedReliance Capital will hold a 51 per cent stake in Reliance Home, and the company will be adequately capitalised to grow the lending book multifold in the next 18 months
Mar 31, 2017
Home loan interest rates too high, reluctance to borrow affects buying, study findsThe report says that almost half of millennials (46 percent) in India live with parents than in rented (31 percent) and self-owned homes, reflecting their financial dependence.