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First Home Owner Grant SA

In South Australia, first home buyers who build or buy a new property may be eligible for a one-off First Home Owners Grant of $15,000.



SA First Home Buyer Guide

This quick video takes you through the changes made to first home buyer grants and concessions in South Australia in January 2018.

Updated 9 December 2019

First Home Owners Grant

First home buyers who build or buy a new property may be eligible for a one-off First Home Owners Grant of $15,000

To be eligible for the FHOG, buyers must:

  • Build or buy a new residential property. Properties can include a house, flat, unit, townhouse or apartment that meets local planning standards anywhere in South Australia
  • Buy or build a new home with a dutiable value of $575,000 or less
  • Occupy the dwelling for 6 continuous months within the first 12 months after settlement on properties purchased, or 12 months after the dwelling construction was finalised.

Are you eligible for a First Home Owner Grant?

Applying for the First Home Owner Grant

1

Talk to your broker
In most cases, your chosen lender will act as an agent for the Revenue Office. Your lender, together with your broker, will make sure you receive the grant if you are entitled to it.

2

Allow time for processing
Your Mortgage Choice broker will ensure that the First Home Owner Grant funds are available at settlement or at the first progress payment if you are building your home.

3

If you go direct...
If you apply directly to the Revenue Office, funds will not be available until after settlement or completion of the home if you are building.

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