Buying your first home can be very exciting, but also a bit stressful. It is one of the biggest purchases of your life. With interest rate cuts and more predicted to come, now is a great time to give the Australian Lending Centre a call to help make your dream a reality with first home buyer loans.
With all the buzz around interest rate cuts this year, now is a great time for first home buyers to get into the property market. With house prices in Australia highly volatile right now, you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity of owning your own home. Check out the Government First Home Buyers Grants designed to help with the challenge of getting into your first home, for which you may or may not be eligible.
Our friendly and experienced team are ready to help you every step of the way to make your first home buying experience a great one. Call one of our first home buyer loans specialists today to discuss how our first home buyer’s loan can help put you in a better situation today.
The Australian Federal Government has a set of incentives to help out first home buyers. For your first purchase of an established home, you will receive a grant of up to $7,000, and for the building or purchase of a newly constructed home, you may be eligible for other grants.
State governments offer different concessions for first home buyers. To see how much you may be eligible to receive, please select from the following states applicable to you:
The coronavirus pandemic has pushed a lot of households to re-evaluate how they work, teach their children and prepare for financial future events. The Australian real estate market is also about to be sorely tested.
Most big banks, and financial experts has said real estate will be effected through the COVID19 downturn and property prices may fall massively over the next few years.
If you are planning to build your first home you can anticipate a $50,000 cheque from the Morrison government under a $2.5 billion plan from the Property Council to add an injection into the economy amid Reserve Bank warnings.