HDFC is one the leading banks in the country that offers great financial products and services. Like the other banks in India, HDFC has also revised its MCLR (marginal cost of fund based lending rate) which makes home loans cheaper for the customers.
Effective Date: 7 July 2020
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MCLR Rate By Top Banks
Step-1: Give a written request to your bank so that they link your HDFC Home Loan that you borrowed to MCLR or marginal cost of funds based lending rate.
Step-2: After the MCLR is linked to your loan, send a request to your bank asking them to bring down the quantum of spread. The processing fee will be required to carry out this step, after which your home loan interest rate will be revised as per the marginal cost of funds based lending rate.
The benefit of marginal cost of funds based lending rate will not reflect immediately on the current regime. Most home loan contracts associated with MCLR reset only after twelve months. The existing borrowers will have to wait till the time the interest rate is reset. In case of an existing borrower, the marginal cost of funds based lending rate cuts in the last six or twelve months matter as it will be determining the new rate on the date of reset.
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