Business/Economy
Interest-only EMI gets you 20% more loan - Times of India
SBI has introduced a new home loan scheme where the borrower needs to pay only the interest component in the early years, thereby increasing the loan eligibility for the customer by up to 20%. For instance, an interest-only EMI on a 15-year Rs 30-lakh loan should work out to around Rs 24,000. O
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