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No Deposit Homes

Is it still possible to get a No Deposit Home ?
Yes, its still possible to use Deposit Boost or first home buyers can use the government first home owners grant for most or all of the deposit on your new home.

There’s a few options including using the FHOG.
If your renting is possible to use your rental receipts as proof of savings for the loan.
Use your First Home Owners Grant to add to your deposit to make up the 5%

Plus if your a first home buyer you don’t have to pay stamp duty under $500k home


    Its easy to do a quick finance check, just tick the boxes below

    I am a First Home BuyerI am NOT a First Home Buyer

    First Home Owners are Eligible for State Government Grants
    First Home Owners usually pay no stamp duty

    Ask us about our Building Bonus for those not eligible for the first home owners grant when you buy direct from the builder

    I am currently renting

    I have been renting for longer than 6 monthsI have been renting for less than 6 months

    Deposits
    Use the First Home Owners GrantSome funds availableDeposit Boost No Deposit Finance

    These funds can be money in the bank, cash from selling things no longer needed, a gift, or a parent or friend can go guarantor

    Are You
    A Single PersonA Couple


    PARTNERS DETAILS

    YOUR NEW HOME

    The biggest house we can get - We will finish the rest ourselvesPart Turnkey - Floor Coverings and Driveway by builderFull Turnkey - No Extra to Pay

    CITY I WANT TO LIVE INT

    MY PREFERRED SUBURB

    DO YOU HAVE A BUDGET IN MIND ?

    Permission to share Financial Position with Wisteria Homes
    Yes

    Just Click and we will send you the finance info !



    Use of this form does not constitute financial advice. Any advice on this website does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you. The calculator is meant as a guide only and is subject to full loan qualification process by your lender.

    Everybody’s circumstances are a little different, so please don’t take this information as financial advice.

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