Here’s what else you need to know: if you’re buying by yourself, you’ll need to earn less than $125,000 a year to access the HomeBuilder boost. And if you’re buying as a couple, your combined income needs to be less than $200,000 a year.
Additionally, the value of the property must not exceed $750,000. The property must be your primary place of residence, however, it doesn’t have to be your first home; next home buyers are eligible, too.
That said, if you are a first home buyer, you can combine the $25,000 HomeBuilder boost with the $10,000 First Home Owner Grant, effectively saving you $35,000. Not to mention first home buyers in Victoria have access to stamp duty concessions and exemptions that could also save you thousands more depending on the value of your first home.
Finally, your contract must be signed between 4 June 2020 and 31 December 2020, and construction must commence before the end of March 2021. Architecturally-designed HOME By Caydon ticks all the boxes; located just 6.5km northeast of Melbourne’s CBD in leafy Alphington, and set to begin construction this July.
Artist's impression: Rooftop Pool at HOME By Caydon
There are also eligible apartments in our recently released Due North project. Located in the hive of Preston South, live large in architecturally designed 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Splash, sweat and entertain on the rooftop, as you soak in the stunning Melbourne views from the pool, outdoor gym and entertainment booths with BBQs.
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