NEWS & ADVICE : HOME LOANS
Exciting festive offers by the Banks
By Joseph Samson
Oct 7, 2014
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Good news lined up for the customers. This festive season banks are coming up with the exclusive range of offers to lure the maximum number of customers.

All the people wait for the festive season to grab the maximum purchases with the offers. This season the Bank of Baroda, Corporation Bank, Canara Bank, Bank of India have decided to waive off the processing fee on home loans. Further the banks like PNB, SBI have lowered their home loan rates. SBI offering women borrowers an extra discount of 0.05 per cent. Credit card usage increases this time, o the bank are promoting the credit cards use with exclusive offers.

Kotak Mahindra Bank, meanwhile, is offering 10 per cent cash back at Snapdeal with its credit and debit cards, and on its net banking services. IndusInd bank is offering couple tickets for Dubai to the top spenders plus Rs 10,000 gift vouchers.


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Venkat (Posted: Oct 7, 2014)
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Venkat (Posted: Oct 7, 2014)
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