Rebates and Incentives for 2017

Feb 06, 2017 | Sarah Highlands | permalink

Incentives to Build in 2017

For a limited time* purchasers in Broome North may be eligible for both a $10,000 fencing package and a reasonable price reduction on lots. Coupled with $7,000 front landscaping rebate and the recently upgraded $15,000 first home owners grant.

*The fencing rebate applies to contracts signed between 8 December 2016 and 30 June 2017.

As well as the above incentives the Liberal National Government have announced the First Home Owners Grant will be boosted from $10,000 to $15,000 for 12 months from January 1, 2017.

Premier Colin Barnett said the decision would help first homebuyers enter the property market, stimulate construction in Western Australia’s housing market and create about 2,000 new jobs for the many tradespeople employed in the construction of a new home.

“We are conscious about housing affordability and this boost will provide more families an opportunity to get into the housing market,” Mr Barnett said.

“We are committed to creating and supporting jobs for West Australians, so this carefully targeted measure will not only provide more employment opportunities for every tradie in your neighbourhood, but we expect an extra 650 WA first homebuyers to build a new home.”

“Eligible first homebuyers purchasing vacant land on which to build their home will continue to pay no duty on purchases up to $300,000, and pay a reduced amount of duty on land up to $400,000,” Dr Nahan said.

Coupled with NorthWest Builders Housing Packages at a very affordable Building in Broome has never looked so good.

Did you know that NorthWest Builders won the 2016 HIA and MBA most affordable home awards. We are very proud to say not only is the price right but the Quality of the Home is best in Broome.