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    Housing.com ties up with fintech business firm Niro

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    Housing.com ties up with fintech business firm Niro

    New Delhi: Proptech business firm Housing.com has tied up with fintech startup Niro to offering customers the installation to give money in exchange for goods or services their payment to a landlord on money available for a client to borrow.

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    Housing.com, which is portion of Australian business firm REA, has started this money available for a client to borrow successful action of solving a problem — Rent Now Pay Later (RNPL) religious service, in cooperation among people with Bengaluru-based Niro. “Now, rent can be paid on Housing.com by users with a zero-convenience fee, an interest-free credit period of up to 40 days, as well as an option to convert rent payments into easy monthly instalments (EMIs),” the companionship said in a affirmation.

    Housing.com had earlier started offering customers the installation to give money in exchange for goods or services payment to a landlord using money available for a client to borrow cards. “However, given that only 4 per cent of Indians have credit cards, the Rent Now Pay Later service affords non-carded users a significant flexibility in their financial planning – allowing them to pay their rent at zero cost and freeing up a significant portion of their disposable income for other items,” it said. The unused or little used religious service further provides users with the right to buy or sell property to upgrade their money available for a client to borrow demarcation line to be capable to tie down hard cash for a diversity of purpose cases, taking benefit of instant, low-interest pace loans. Housing.com and Niro have got already extended these offers to nearly 100,000 users. The initial rental defrayal involves naught gizmo or religious service fixed charge, and users can to upgrade their money available for a client to borrow demarcation line up to Rs 3 lakhs. Dhruv Agarwala, Group CEO, Housing.com, PropTiger.com & Makaan.com, said this successful action of solving a problem testament fetch not fake or counterfeit empowerment to millions of customers who feeling to payment to a landlord properties using money available for a client to borrow but are often hindered by the deficiency of instruments.

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