Personal loans interest rates lowered by banks
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Dec 24, 2013
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Personal loans interest rates are being lowered by banks as an alternate effort in order for their lending books to grow. In order to enhance the growth, due to the drop in sales of automobiles as well as the real estate market being down, new sectors are being targeted by banks.

Even though there is a slowdown, the segment for personal consumption is still holding up. The individual utilization fragment is holding up notwithstanding the lull - this is a comeback especially after unsecured loans in 2008-09 had burnt the fingers of many lenders due to the market change. In a statement made my Bali, it was stated that ever since that incident, the lenders became wiser as well as came up with prevention methods to avoid the same thing from happening.

The delinquency stress is not that much, the actual danger gets to be considerably lower when the advance is offered to a favoured client with whom the bank has a relationship as an alternate credit or a long-standing record and whose financial record is perfect.

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