First Home Ownership just got easier with up to $30K*^ in grants.

For a limited time only, the Federal Government has extended its HomeBuilder Grant, offering eligible Australians $15,000 to help build a new home, available until 31 March 2021.

If you’ve been thinking about building a home, now is the time to take action!

Plus, if you’re also an eligible First Home Buyer you could access a massive $30K!*^ towards your new home build. That’s the $15K* First Home Owner Grant plus the $15K^ HomeBuilder grant together this is $30K*^.

The $15,000 HomeBuilder Grant is currently only available for contracts signed between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2021.

Don’t miss out! Talk to a Playford Alive Sales Consultant today and we’ll help you on your way to home ownership.

Note: the Homebuilder Grant is in addition to the Playford Alive $10,000 Bonus Pack available on all land purchases at Playford Alive, find out more here

For more information and to check if you are eligible please visit:

Homebuilder Grant guidelines RevenueSA

First Home Owners Grant

 

*Eligibility criteria, terms and conditions apply please visit revenuesa.sa.gov.au for further details.

^ Eligibility criteria, terms and conditions apply  visit  treasury.gov.au/coronavirus/homebuilder

 

First Home Owner Grant*

First home owners building or buying a brand new home may be eligible for the $15,000 First Home Owner Grant.*

Talk to a Playford Alive Sales Consultant and we’ll help you on your way to home ownership. You can call 1800 400 500 or send us an email.

*Eligibility criteria, terms and conditions apply please visit revenuesa.sa.gov.au for further details.

 

 

First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

In addition to the Home Builder Grant and First Home Owners grant you may also be eligible for the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme.  To find out more read on below.

The First Home Loan Deposit Scheme is an Australian Government initiative to support eligible first home buyers purchase their first home sooner.  The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC) will release another 10,000 Scheme places for the next financial year from 1 July 2020.  First home buyers are encouraged to contact a participating lender to find out how they can apply for a Scheme place.

Usually first home buyers with less than a 20 per cent deposit need to pay lenders mortgage insurance. Under the Scheme, eligible first home buyers can purchase a modest home with a deposit with as little as 5 per cent (lenders criteria also apply) without the requirement to purchase lenders mortgage insurance. This is because NHFIC guarantees to a participating lender up to 15 percent of the value of the property purchased that is financed by an eligible first home buyer’s home loan.

There are currently 27 participating lenders across Australia offering places under the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme.

The price cap in SA for capital city is $400,000 and $250,000 for other.

Visit the NHFIC website for the most up to date information

Check your eligibility here

Check participating lenders here