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    QLD Government Boosts Home Owner’s Grant to $20,000

    Published on August 12, 2016

    Saving to build your dream home? You could be in your own new home sooner than you think.

    The Queensland Government has just increased the First Home Owner’s Grant to $20,000. That’s $20,000 towards the cost of building your dream home.

    From the 1st July 2016, the Queensland Government are giving a 12month boost to the existing $15,000 First Home Buyers Grant meaning that first home buyers will get $20,000 towards the purchase of their new build house up to a value of $750,000.

    Furthermore, transfer duty (formerly stamp duty) exemption is still in place for first home buyers for properties under $500,000, with concessions available for properties valued between $500,000 and $550,000.

    First home vacant land concessions are still available for first home buyers on land valued under $400,000. For purchases under $250,000 there is no transfer duty payable. Whereas transfer duty concessions are available on land valued between $250,000 and $400,000.

    If you are thinking of buying your first home, this could be just the thing to get you started. Why not visit your local Perry Homes display home to find out how we can help you get onto the property ladder and achieve your dream of owning your very own new build home. See our range of house and land packages at harmony estate, palm view on the sunshine coast today.

    At Perry Homes we have over 50 stylish 3 bedroom, 4 bedroom and 5 bedroom house designs available to choose from including single level, two storey and sloping lot designs. Or take advantage of our in-house custom design service and have a home built to your exact requirements.

    For more information on Queensland Home Owner Grant visit

    Or for information on First Home & New Home Owner Grants in New South Wales visit

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