Eligible borrowers can apply for the second moratorium till September 30, 2021. Provided you fulfill the eligibility criteria, your bank will take up to 90 days to offer the facility to you.
Keeping this in view, can I restructure my personal loan?
Yes, Personal Loans can be restructured.
However, the current Covid situation has put immense pressure on borrowers in repaying personal loans. Restructuring your personal loan can be a prudent way to avoid loan defaults. … You can approach your bank and submit an application for loan restructuring.
Also, does moratorium affect cibil score?
As per the RBI guidelines for EMI moratorium, there is no impact on credit score if one opts for the moratorium. “There will be no impact on your credit score if one has not paid EMIs during COVID period. … Any default on a loan on which you had availed moratorium till August 31 will impact your credit score.
Does restructuring affect credit rating?
Borrowers must also keep in mind that loan restructuring will impact their credit score, and consequently, their loan eligibility. RBI had asked banks to report such cases as “restructured” to credit bureaus in the earlier restructuring. Loans reported as restructured hurt the credit scores of borrowers.
Those interested in opting for the loan restructuring framework offered by State Bank of India can apply in the following ways:
- Online application submitted through the SBI official website. …
- Offline application submitted at the SBI home branch along with the necessary documents.
If the total moratorium availed by the borrower was less than two years and such borrower was making regular repayments till March 31, 2021 as per the new restructured terms, then he/she can apply for extension of moratorium in such a way that total moratorium period including the last one is up to 2 year.
Here are the basic eligibility criteria for loan restructuring:
- The applicant must have not been more than 30 days overdue on EMI/Interest payment as on Mar 01, 2020. …
- Applicant must have been impacted financially in terms of loss or reduction of income / cash flows due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last year, the RBI announced a loan moratorium of up to 2 years for borrowers to tide over exigencies caused by the nationwide lockdown due to the pandemic. … Do keep in mind that to be eligible for the new moratorium there should not be any default on loan repayment till March 31, 2021.
It is best advised to avoid loan restructuring and continue repaying your monthly EMIs, even if it means delaying on some immediate short term plans or cutting down some expenses. The interest saved on repaying the loan as per the original schedule will be much higher than the returns from your investment assets.
RBI extends EMI moratorium for another three months on term loans. Here’s what it means for borrowers. The current EMI moratorium on all the term loans is ending on August 31, 2020. Previously the EMI moratorium was given for three months i.e. between March and May 2020.
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The RBI Moratorium and Its Future After 31st August 2020
COVID-19 has had a severe impact on the world economy. … It was initially agreed to continue the moratorium from March 2020-May 2020, but at a conference held on May 22, 2020, the moratorium was extended till 31st August 2020.