The significant stimulus offered by the State and Federal Governments Grants has led to unprecedented demand, which means if you’re serious about building in time to potentially qualify for the grants, you need to act now.
Our mission to build quality homes, at affordable prices means that we are placing a limit on our building commitments to ensure that we can service our clients throughout the building journey. This means from 14 October 2020, and until further notice, that we will not accept a Preparation of Plans Agreement (PPA) for custom home designs, or designs where alterations to a standard plan are required.
Act now, contact your New Homes Consultant immediately
Finalise your decisions
Confirm your financing
Sign your Preparation of Plans Agreement (PPA) by Wednesday 14th October
Our Sales and Design Consultants are accessible to you all week and throughout the weekend as they work to ensure you can still achieve your new home building dream.
If you are not currently working with a Consultant, contact us here to get started. Or view our House & Land Package options.
The Grants are applicable for Contracts signed by the end of 2020. With these incentives and historically-low interest rates there’s never been a better time for Perth homebuyers to make a move. And if you’re a first home buyer, you’ll still get the State’s $10,000 First Home Owners Grant too, and be eligible for other concessions like stamp duty.
New home? New possibilities! If you’re dreaming of an elegant design, InVogue can help you get your double-storey forever home. Speak to one of our friendly team members now at (08) 9202 9202.
^Eligibility Criteria Applies. Eligibility is at the discretion of State and/or Federal Government, and is not the responsibility of the builder. Please refer to the relevant State & Federal Government media statements here, and WA State Government information here.
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