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Buying a New Home

Are you a first-time homeowner? Are you interested in new-build houses? Are you hoping to learn more about first-time homebuyer benefits? No worries.Here are some of the most common questions about buying a new home answered.

Who qualifies as a first-time homebuyer?

Who qualifies as a first-time homebuyer differs in Australia from state to state. For example, someone that’s eligible for first-time buyer benefits in Brisbane may be ineligible in Melbourne.

Generally, those that qualify meet the following criteria: you must be an individual (not a company or trust), you must be a permanent resident or Australian citizen, and you mustn’t have purchased a home to live in before.

Remember that these criteria change regularly. Keep up with the latest news to ensure you don’t miss your opportunity.

How can I get the many home ranges explained?

Buying a new home can be overwhelming. You might be wondering what the differences are between different home ranges. You might be asking, ‘What are standard inclusions?’ and ‘How do you choose land for your house and land packages?’

The best way to get home design ranges explained in clear, simple terms is to contact a reputable building company, such as True Value Homes. Or, visit us at our display homes. Our friendly team is here to help both new homeowners and seasoned property investors understand the ins and outs of new-build houses.

What do I need to consider before buying?

Buying a new house is a significant investment that takes planning and reflection. Some essential factors to consider before buying a house include:

  • Your budget
  • Whether or not you qualify for first-time homebuyer benefits
  • Your desired location
  • Your requirements, such as how many bedrooms
  • The route you would like to take, such as buying a new house, buying an established house, or building a house from scratch