Home Loans to get Cheaper… See How

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There is a piece of good news for the Homebuyers— Home loans are soon to get cheaper from next month.

Now many people can fulfill their dream to own a house, as the Country’s financial institution,  State Bank of India (SBI), has announced that it will reduce the Marginal Cost of fund-based Lending rate (MCLR) by 25 basis points across all tenors. The State Bank of India cut MCLR from June 10 and is an excellent opportunity for all home buyers.


Why will the State Bank of India cut MCLR?

Everyone dreams of buying a home. However, the lack of finance is the main reason, above which the interest rates are very high. In order to mitigate the problem of homebuyers, the decision has been taken that State Bank of India cut MCLR by 25 bp.

But wait! there’s another good news for home buyers:


SBI reduces the Home loans base rate

Apart from the news that State Bank of India cut MCLR, SBI has also announced that the base interest rate for home loans shall be cut by 75 base points. As a result, SBI will reduce the base rate from 8.15% to 7.4%, with effect from June 10.


Impact on Home loans EMI

Now that State Bank of India cut MCLR by 75 bp,

  • The EMI on home loans related to MCLR shall also reduce by ₹421.
  • Apart from that, the home loans related to those related to Repo Rate Linked Lending Rate (RLLR), the EMI will reduce to ₹660 for a 30 years loan of 25 years.

Source: SBI-released statement.

Here’s the tabular representation of the revised MCLR rates after State Bank of India cut MCLR:-


Existing MCLR (In %)

Revised MCLR (In %)




1 month



3 month



6 month



1 year



2 years



3 Years



Besides, Home loans shall also become cheaper as Punjab National Bank has reduced the EMI.

Loans get cheaper as Punjab National Bank EMI for loan Decreases

With that, now it’s the turn for all the home buyers to buy the home of their dreams. However, for getting a home loan sanctioned, the person needs to show his complete bank statement along with ITR filing. The government has already extended the due-date of ITR filing till 30th June 2020.

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