Terms and Conditions

Terms & Conditions

Section 1

The Victorian Government has announced big savings for homebuyers with a reduction in stamp duty in its recent State Budget. This applies to both newly built homes and existing homes until June 2021 under the value of $1 million. This means anyone signing a contract on a new home before the middle of next year will be eligible for a 50 per cent reduction in stamp duty on the property. Those purchasing existing homes will still reap the benefits albeit at a smaller rate of 25 per cent.

The savings in stamp duty mean homebuyers can enter the market sooner and also take full advantage of other government incentives such as the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant or the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to maximise their opportunities in the market, if eligible.

Section 2

The Victorian Government has announced big savings for homebuyers with a reduction in stamp duty in its recent State Budget. This applies to both newly built homes and existing homes until June 2021 under the value of $1 million. This means anyone signing a contract on a new home before the middle of next year will be eligible for a 50 per cent reduction in stamp duty on the property. Those purchasing existing homes will still reap the benefits albeit at a smaller rate of 25 per cent.

The savings in stamp duty mean homebuyers can enter the market sooner and also take full advantage of other government incentives such as the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant or the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to maximise their opportunities in the market, if eligible.

Section 3

The Victorian Government has announced big savings for homebuyers with a reduction in stamp duty in its recent State Budget. This applies to both newly built homes and existing homes until June 2021 under the value of $1 million. This means anyone signing a contract on a new home before the middle of next year will be eligible for a 50 per cent reduction in stamp duty on the property. Those purchasing existing homes will still reap the benefits albeit at a smaller rate of 25 per cent.

The savings in stamp duty mean homebuyers can enter the market sooner and also take full advantage of other government incentives such as the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant or the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to maximise their opportunities in the market, if eligible.

Section 4

The Victorian Government has announced big savings for homebuyers with a reduction in stamp duty in its recent State Budget. This applies to both newly built homes and existing homes until June 2021 under the value of $1 million. This means anyone signing a contract on a new home before the middle of next year will be eligible for a 50 per cent reduction in stamp duty on the property. Those purchasing existing homes will still reap the benefits albeit at a smaller rate of 25 per cent.

The savings in stamp duty mean homebuyers can enter the market sooner and also take full advantage of other government incentives such as the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant or the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to maximise their opportunities in the market, if eligible.

Section 5

The Victorian Government has announced big savings for homebuyers with a reduction in stamp duty in its recent State Budget. This applies to both newly built homes and existing homes until June 2021 under the value of $1 million. This means anyone signing a contract on a new home before the middle of next year will be eligible for a 50 per cent reduction in stamp duty on the property. Those purchasing existing homes will still reap the benefits albeit at a smaller rate of 25 per cent.

The savings in stamp duty mean homebuyers can enter the market sooner and also take full advantage of other government incentives such as the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant or the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to maximise their opportunities in the market, if eligible.

Section 6

The Victorian Government has announced big savings for homebuyers with a reduction in stamp duty in its recent State Budget. This applies to both newly built homes and existing homes until June 2021 under the value of $1 million. This means anyone signing a contract on a new home before the middle of next year will be eligible for a 50 per cent reduction in stamp duty on the property. Those purchasing existing homes will still reap the benefits albeit at a smaller rate of 25 per cent.

The savings in stamp duty mean homebuyers can enter the market sooner and also take full advantage of other government incentives such as the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant or the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to maximise their opportunities in the market, if eligible.