Corey & Bek Nash
23 May 2021
We recently purchased our home with the assistance of Tyler and Team from Mortgage Choice Gladstone and cannot recommend them highly enough. The level of communication, follow u...
Welcome to Mortgage Choice Gladstone!
Tyler has a Mortgage Broking office in Gladstone and also services Boyne Island, Tannum Sands, Benaraby, Calliope, Yarwun, Mount Larcom, Rockhampton and North Rockhampton.
Tyler can assist you with all your Home Loan needs anywhere within the Central Queensland region.
Having many years experience in the industry Tyler is passionate about helping people to meet their property and Home Loan needs.
With access to a panel of more than 20 lenders, Tyler will be able to assist you with any of the following:
Let Tyler at Mortgage Choice Gladstone do the shopping around for you and save you time and money, and be confident that you are being offered the most suitable Home Loan for your needs.
To arrange an appointment at a time that is convenient for you, give Mortgage Choice Gladstone a call on (07) 4978 7365.
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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 $176,000 depending on the number of children you may have.
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
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.
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.
The Territory’s First Home Owner Discount has been in place since 8 February 2019. It lets you save up to a maximum of $18,601 on the cost of stamp duty. The savings is available whether you buy a new or established home as long as the home is valued under $650,000.
As a first home buyer in Queensland you could be entitled to the $15,000 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.
If you’re buying vacant land to build your first home, you pay zero stamp duty as long as you pay $400,000 or less for your block. Whereas if your first home is valued up to $500,000, you pay zero stamp duty. That’s a saving of $8,750, 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 $505,000, you pay stamp duty of $1,050, a saving of $7,875. These savings cut out altogether if your first home costs $550,000 or more. On a property valued at $550,000, for example, the stamp duty would work out to be $10,600.
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 or build a brand new home. You can choose from a house, apartment, townhouse or villa, but you will only be able to claim the FHOG SA if you pay below $575,000 for your home.
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.
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).
The FHOG Tasmania is worth $20,000 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.
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.
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 Melbourne. Or you can receive a FHOG of $20,000 if you buy/build a new home in regional 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.
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.
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.