Have you heard the news?! Victorian buyers set to score 50% off on stamp duty!
As part of the Victorian Budget 2020/21, Treasurer Tim Pallas has announced a number of measures aimed at making housing more accessible and affordable for Victorians.
Home buyers in Victoria could save up to $27,500 on stamp duty on newly built homes and $13,750 on existing builds until June 2021.
This is fantastic news if you’ve been building up your deposit during lockdown and want to make your homeownership dreams a reality in 2021. Competition is about to ramp up in the Victorian housing market so make sure you speak to your broker about getting home loan pre-approval if you want to put your best foot forward!
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Now is the time for First Home Buyers in Victoria to make a move with more support than ever!
So, how does it work? If you’re a first home buyer, for example, looking to purchase an existing home worth $700,000 in Victoria, you could be eligible for both the first home buyer duty concession on top of the new 25 percent waiver, totaling tax relief of about $18,5001.
In Victoria, a $10,000 First Home Owner Grant is available when you buy or build your first new home. The First Home Owner Grant is $20,000 for new homes built in regional Victoria, for contracts signed from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 20212.
Start your new year off with a new home - but be prepared to act early.
With these never before seen government incentives combined with the lowest interest rates in history, this could be your window of opportunity!
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Don’t let a small deposit stop you! Here’s how you could get into the property market sooner
Haven’t quite saved up a 20 percent deposit? With the help of the $500 million Victorian Homebuyer Fund you may be able to get into the property market sooner and with a lower deposit. The Victorian Homebuyer Fund has been launched to help people who do not have a 20 percent deposit buy homes. The Victorian Homebuyer Fund will contribute to the purchase price in exchange for equity in the property3.
The Victorian Government will also be introducing a 50 percent land tax discount from 2022 in the hope that it will attract new investment in build-to-rent developments and boost housing supply by about 5,000 homes.
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If you want to know sooner how the latest Victorian stamp duty changes could help you kickstart your property goals contact your local Mortgage Choice broker today!