Have you been thinking about building a home? Now is the perfect time!

You could be on your way to owning a new home with the $25,000 HomeBuilder cash grant.

The Australian Government is offering $25,000 grant to eligabile home buyers for a limited time.

The grant will be available for clients who sign a new home building contract between 4 June 2020 - 31 December 2020 and construction must begin within 6-months of the contract date. 

The new Scheme is open to singles and couples who meet the eligability criteria.

Applicants are required to undertake several eligibility checks before applying. Checks include an income test, a minimum age test, and an owner-occupier requirement*



Contact us below and one of our Sales Consultants will be in touch to provide further information. 

UPDATE: There has been a three-month extension for construction commencement in Victoria! 


In light of the introduction of Stage 4 restrictions in metro Melbourne and Stage 3 restrictions in regional Victoria, the Commissioner of State Revenue will exercise his discretion under the National Partnership Agreement to provide a blanket extension of 3 months to the construction commencement requirement for the HomeBuilder Grant. 


What does this mean? 

All applicants for the HomeBuilder Grant in Victoria have 6 months from the signing of the eligible HomeBuilder contract, to commence construction.

For more information, please leave your details and we'll be in touch

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*The HomeBuilder program is available to eligible owner-occupiers who sign a new home building contract between 04.04.2020 – 31.12.2020. The program is offered by the Australian Government and not Eight Homes. Construction must commence within three months of contract signing and the total property value must not exceed $750,000, for details visit https://treasury.gov.au/coronavirus/homebuilder. Before applying please seek financial advice. All reasonable care has been taken to ensure accuracy however the information published may change from time to time to reflect changing circumstances, laws and regulations and without notice.