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Thank you for your email and the attached documents. I just wanted to thank you also for all your advice and assistance throughout this process. Being the first time I have purchased a property I was really quite concerned about managing all the legalities and making sure I had everything organised but with your help the whole process has been so straight forward and I have had huge peace of mind knowing you and your office was managing everything for me.
Thank you again and kind regards
ABOLISHING STAMP DUTY FOR FIRST HOME BUYERS
ATTENTION FIRST HOME BUYERS- NEW CHANGES TO STAMP DUTY FOR 2017
About this initiative
From 1 July 2017, first home buyers purchasing properties valued below $600,000 will be exempt from paying stamp duty. Further, first home purchases valued between $600,000 and $750,000 will receive a concession applied on a sliding scale. It will be available for new and established home purchases.
This initiative gives first home buyers across the state a helping hand, by substantially reducing the upfront cost of purchasing a home.
How will it work?
The exemption and concession are available for new and established home purchases and will be applicable to contracts signed from 1 July 2017.
What are the criteria to qualify for an exemption or concession?
The home must have a dutiable amount of less than $600,000 to receive a stamp duty exemption.
A concession applies on a sliding scale for purchases with a dutiable amount between $600,000 and $750,000.
The dutiable amount of a property is generally the greater of the purchase price or market value, minus any deductions (such as a deduction for an off-the-plan the purchase).
The purchaser and the purchaser’s partner must be first home buyers, consistent with the definition under the First Home Owner Grant Act 2000.
The purchaser must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident (New Zealanders holding a special category visa are considered permanent residents if they are in Australia at the time of settlement).
The purchased property must be used as the purchaser’s principal place of residence for a continuous period of 12 months, commencing within 12 months of possession of the purchased property.
For more information, contact our Conveyancing Department on 03 8742 3199.