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Welcome to Mortgage Choice in Modbury.
Located in Pelican Plaza at Modbury, our team are here to help you to:
- Buy your First Home
- Upgrade to your next Home
- Invest in Property
- Refinance your current home loan to a lower rate or
- Access the equity in your home for something special
You are never a loan Why not call us now on 8263 2930, to find out your borrowing capacity and what is involved in financing your move, goal or purchase. In less than 5 minutes, we will ask you some simple questions to understand your needs. That way, we will have some excellent options to discuss with you when we meet.
Or why not request a call back. Just tell us when you would like our office to call.
Either way, we will guide you through the process, taking care of all the paperwork and leaving you to focus on your property ownership goals.
Good news too! Our service is at no cost to you because the lenders pay Mortgage Choice.
Please call in to our office located at Shop 21, Pelican Plaza in Modbury or we can come to you.
Call us today on 8263 2930. We look forward to finding the right home loan for your needs and helping you to achieve your property ownership goals.
Suburb Profile - Modbury
Modbury is in the heart of the City of Tea Tree Gully, a relaxed 25-minute drive to Adelaide’s CBD and a gateway to the Adelaide Hills.
Key attractions for Modbury include Westfield Tea Tree Plaza and its outdoor dining precinct, the ever-popular Civic Park, Modbury Hospital, and the O-Bahn busway which links Modbury to Adelaide in under 20 minutes.
Modbury is surrounded by lush green open spaces, playgrounds, cycling paths and walking trails.
Invest in affordable spacious homes and modern living - ideal for first-home buyers, people looking to upgrade and investors.
Modbury is the major business district of the north-east, with strong jobs growth and low unemployment rates.
See Modbury suburb profiles for further information and the latest property listings.
Real Estate expert Terry Ryder has written a comprehensive report on Modbury and the City of Tea Tree Gully. The report outlines the local housing market and detailed suburb data. A must read for anyone considering the Modbury area for their next home. Read the report here.
Suburb Profile – Wynn Vale
Did you know that the size of Wynn Vale is approximately 4.4 square kilometres. It has 25 parks covering nearly 22.2% of the total area. In 2016 the population was 7757.
The predominant age group in Wynn Vale is 50-59 years. Households in Wynn Vale are primarily couples with children and are likely to be repaying between $1800 - $2399 per month on mortgage repayments. In general, people in Wynn Vale work in a professional occupation.
In 2016, 77.8% of the homes in Wynn Vale were owner-occupied. The average length of ownership of a Wynn Vale property is 11 years. Total new listings for sale in the Wynn Vale area over the last 12 months are 99 with 26 currently on the market. Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $444,000. The suburb is surrounded by many great schools such as Kings Baptist Grammar School, St Francis Xavier Regional Catholic School, Gleeson College, Pedare & Golden Grove High School to name a few.
If you are looking to buy a home or investment property in Wynn Vale or any of the surrounding suburbs please call us on 8263 2930. We can provide you with a free property report on any home that you are interested in. The report provides you with information such as when the house last sold, how much for and how long it has been on the market. All great information that can help you to negotiate the right purchase price. A pre-approval can also put you in a great negotiating position when it comes to making an offer on your dream home or investment property.
Call us today on 8263 2930. We would love to assist you!
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Home Buyer Concession Scheme
From 1 July 2019, the FHOG ACT has been replaced with exemptions on stamp duty. The stamp duty exemption is applicable to all properties in ACT, including vacant residential land and both new and established homes at any price. As this is still to aid first home buyers, to be eligible at least one buyer must live in the home for at least 12 months, starting within 12 months of settlement or completion of construction.
To be eligible, first homeowners in the ACT must have a household income below $160,000. This number increases up to $176,650 depending on the number of children you may have.
Stamp duty concessions in NSW
From 1 August 2020, the NSW government has announced that stamp duty will not be applicable to first home buyers for properties valued up to $800,000 and vacant land valued up to $400,000. This stamp duty exemption will be in place for 12 months to 31 July 2021, in which the stamp duty exemptions will revert back to $650,000 for homes and $350,000 for land.
Additionally, a concessional rate of duty will apply to homes valued more than $800,000 but less than $1,000,000 and vacant blocks of land valued more than $400,000 and less than $500,000
How much is the First Home Owners Grant NSW?
The FHOG in NSW is worth $10,000 however conditions apply. To be eligible, your first home must have a total value below $600,000, and be either newly constructed or ‘substantially renovated’. A home is substantially renovated when most or all of the original house was removed or replaced, and it’s the first time the place has been sold, and lived in, after the renovations were completed.
If you plan to build a new home from scratch, you can still be eligible for the FHOG in NSW as long as your land plus the home you build have a combined value of less than $750,000.
How much is the First Home Owners Grant in the NT?
The First Home Owner Grant in NT is $10,000. Your income and the price of your home don’t affect the FHOG NT, and the grant is available if you buy or build a new house, apartment, duplex or townhouse.
As of 30 June 2021, there are currently no stamp duty concessions for first home buyers in NT.
Previously the Territory’s First Home Owner Discount was in place from 8 February 2019 to 30 June 2021. It let you save up to a maximum of $18,601 on the cost of stamp duty. The savings were available whether you purchased a new or established home as long as the home was valued under $650,000.
How much is the First Home Owners Grant QLD?
As a first home buyer in Queensland you could be entitled to the $30,000 First Home Owner Grant. To be eligible, you need to buy a brand new home or build a home from scratch with the total value (including the land) below $750,000. You may also be eligible if you buy off the plan or an established home that’s been substantially renovated.
As a guide, substantial renovations include replacing or altering foundations or replacing or altering floors. Cosmetic work such as painting the walls or sanding floors doesn’t add up to a substantial renovation when it comes to the FHOG in QLD.
Stamp duty concessions
If you’re buying vacant land to build your first home, you pay zero stamp duty as long as you pay $250,000 or less for your block. Concessions are available for vacant land valued above $250,000 and up to $400,000. Whereas if your first home is valued up to $500,000, you pay zero stamp duty. That’s a saving of $7,175 which is the maximum stamp duty rebate available to first home buyers in QLD.
Additionally, savings on stamp duty may still be available if you pay between $500,000 and $550,000 for your first home. As a guide, if your first home is worth $530,000, you pay stamp duty of $6,300 a saving of $3,500. These savings cut out altogether if your first home costs $550,000 or more.
How much is the First Home Owners Grant SA?
There are currently no specific stamp duty concessions available for first home buyers in SA.
The $15,000 FHOG in South Australia is only available to first home owners who buy a new home. You can choose from a house, apartment, townhouse or villa.
You will only be able to claim the FHOG SA if you pay below the following amounts for your home:
Before 14 June 2023: $575,000
After 15 June 2023: $650,000
You can also claim the First Home Owner Grant in South Australia when you buy a block of vacant land to build your first home on. However, the end value of your building plus land must be no more than $575,000.
Stamp duty concessions in TAS
If you buy an established home, you are not eligible for the FHOG in Tasmania but you may be able to claim savings on stamp duty. If you’re home is valued at
$400,000 or less, you will receive a 50% discount on the property transfer duty (stamp duty).
How much is the First Home Owners Grant TAS?
The FHOG Tasmania is worth $30,000 until 30 June 2022 but only when you buy or build a new home. Off the plan purchases are also eligible. In Tasmania, there is no limit on the purchase price of the property, and the FHOG is not means tested.
Stamp duty concessions in VIC
First home owners in Victoria don’t pay stamp duty at all on their first home as long as the property is valued below $600,000. You may still be eligible for savings on stamp duty if you pay between $600,000 and $750,000 for your first home. The stamp duty concessions available in Victoria apply to both established and new homes.
How much is the First Home Owners Grant VIC?
The FHOG Victoria is only available if you buy a newly built home or if you choose to build a home from scratch. The FHOG is worth $10,000 if you build/buy in Victoria.
Your first home can be a house, townhouse, apartment, or unit but it must be valued at $750,000 or less, and it must be a new home – being sold as a home for the first time, and less than five years old.
Stamp duty concessions in WA
If you buy vacant land to build your first home, you’re exempt from paying stamp duty as long as you don’t pay more than $300,000. If you pay between $300,000 and $400,000 you will be entitled to a reduced rate of duty.
If you buy a home costing up to $430,000, no stamp duty is payable at all. If the value of your home is between $430,000 and $530,000, you’ll be entitled to a reduced rate of stamp duty. There are no additional concessions for homes valued above $530,000 and land valued above $400,000.
How much is the First Home Owners Grant WA?
The FHOG WA is worth $10,000 when you buy or build a brand new home. There are limits on what you can pay for your first home to be eligible for the FHOG in Western Australia.
If you’re located south of the 26th parallel, which basically covers all the Perth metropolitan area, you can claim the FHOG WA if your new home is worth up to $750,000 – this includes the value of the land plus buildings.
If you buy or build a home north of the 26th parallel, the property must be valued up to or below $1 million to be eligible for the FHOG WA.
The First Home Owner Grant in Western Australia is no longer available if you buy an established home however you may be able to claim stamp duty savings.
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