State banks changed their second-hand housing campaign. The interest rate was increased to 0.79, the maturity was shortened, and the grace period was abolished.
Public banks renewed the terms of the loan campaign for second-hand houses.
While the interest rate was increased from 0.74 percent to 0.79 percent, the maximum maturity rate, which was 180 months, was reduced to 120 months.
The campaign, which was launched at the beginning of June, was entitled to a 12-month grace period. This practice has also ended.
0.64 interest rate and 180-month maturity right for the first hand housing loan continues.