RIV loan rate is down to 3.1% from 4.3% in the first quarter of 2017.
This is the first time since December 2016 that the RIV has been below the 4.4% target, according to data from RIV Research.
This is good news for borrowers and a sign that the bank is keeping a close eye on the loan demand and interest rate environment.
This year the bank says it will introduce more refinancing options and allow borrowers to defer payments for up to five years.
The bank also has a range of options to help borrowers stay on track with their repayments.
They include:The RIV says that it is encouraging borrowers to explore the Rivs latest refinancing and credit management products, which include the Rival and the Rii.
These are a combination of refinancing products with different credit-card and credit-security products.
For more information, see here.
As part of the new refinancing offerings, borrowers are also getting a credit card bonus of up to $1,000 to help them stay on pace.
Riv customers can apply for this bonus from their account page, which is located on the Riva website.
Riv is also offering a new cash-only loan to help with the stress of high-interest repayments and repayments that exceed their credit limit.
The new cash loan is a 30-year, no-cost fixed rate, with an interest rate of 0.25% per month.
Riva says that the cash-free loan is designed for borrowers who are experiencing extreme stress or who have significant credit-risk exposure, as well as those who are under the age of 25 and borrowers who have a debt-to-income ratio of more than 200%.
The bank says that this new refinanced product is designed to offer flexibility and flexibility to borrowers who may have been under the influence of the stress factors outlined above, as the cash offer can help reduce their stress and help with their repayment goals.
This new cash option is available to Riv borrowers who qualify for a minimum balance of $1.25 million and who have at least $2,000 of outstanding balance.RIV says this new cash offers is a way for borrowers to access additional funding options that are not available to them on a traditional cash line of credit.
For example, the new cash offering can help borrowers reduce the amount of monthly payments that they are required to make.
Rii offers the same benefits, but is also available as an option for borrowers.
The Rii offers a cash-less loan of up the minimum balance required by the borrower, which means the borrower can choose to repay with cash, an RRSP or a prepaid credit card.
Riii says this program will help borrowers manage their debts, including reducing payments to creditors, reducing their exposure to credit card interest rates, reducing the amount they can borrow from a credit-default swap (CDS) and reducing their debt to income ratio.
The bank says borrowers who choose to receive Rii will also receive a credit report, a referral to a credit counseling agency and a monthly bonus.
Rvi has also expanded the Riii family of refinanced products to include the new Riv II and Riv III products.
These products provide refinanced loan products with more flexible terms and options.RV offers a range in refinanced loans for borrowers with higher credit scores and are eligible for the Rvi II and the additional refinanced Riv products.
Rvi is also providing a refinanced cash loan to borrowers in higher-income households who are eligible to apply for the new new RIV II loan.
Rovii says that borrowers in the Rv II and new Rov III products will receive a bonus of $500 and $500 for each dollar of income earned from the refinanced refinanced line of debt.
Rovii is also giving borrowers the option of refinishing their loan within a maximum of 90 days.RVI has also offered the Rov i product to borrowers with credit scores below 200% of the federal poverty level.
The savings for borrowers is up to 70%.
For more information about the RVI’s refinancing program, check out this news release.
For more details on the latest refinanced credit products and rates, check this link.
For borrowers interested in refinancing, they can learn more here.