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As your home increases in value and your loan size decreases, this creates more equity for you.

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Create the ability to use your property as an investment to generate more cash flow.

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FAQs about Buying a new Home

  • What Is The First Home Owners Grant?

    The first home owners grant is a government grant developed to assist eligible first home owners to purchase a new home or build their home by offering a grant.
  • How Do I Apply For The First Home Owners Grant?

    Applying for the First Home Owner Grant should be done at the same time as applying for your home loan. Our affiliated brokers will help with the application. You can also request an application from the office of state revenue directly.
  • How much is this First Home Owner Grant?

    Each state has different rules and pays different grant amounts. The grant can vary from $5,000 in some states to $20,000 in others. In NSW, first home buyers purchasing a brand new first home will receive $10,000 first home owners grant up to a cost price of $750,000. States now require the property you purchase to be "brand new" to qualify for the first home owners grant.
  • If my partner & I are both eligible for the first home owners grant, do we get it twice?

    No. When putting through an application, only one person in the application can be granted the FHOG. You also must make sure your partner hasn’t previously used or received the grant in Australia, as it may be denied.
  • Can I Still get a home loan with a poor credit history?

    Eligibility for a home loan depends on many things, which includes your credit score. Your credit score is calculated by an assessment of how risky or trustworthy you are to possible lenders in regards to paying your loan back. Everyone's situation is different, and there are some lenders that will consider poor credit rating, defaults and even discharged bankrupt. Reach out to us if your credit history is of concern to you regarding a new home loan.
  • When does settlement take place after I put a deposit down?

    The settlement date is usually listed on the contract of sale and this period varies by state and territory. This is important because there are different penalties if you do not settled by the agreed date, so make sure you check this before exchanging contracts. When the agreed settlement date arrives, you can pick up the keys to your new place!
  • Does Rateseeker help with investments home loans?

    We sure do! Rateseeker has many major banks & non bank lenders to choose from to help achieve your property investment goals. Fill out our form and one of our affiliated brokers will get in touch with you to to work out how they can help.
  • What is a Contract For Sale?

    The contract of sale is a legally binding document that you sign by you and the vendor (seller). This contract sets out the terms and conditions of the sale, as agreed to by you and the vendor. While the contract of sale becomes a legally binding document the moment you sign it, there may be a cooling-off period during which you can cancel the sale if you bought the property by private sale. This is generally negotiated before you sign the contract of sale. The cooling-off period does not apply to auctions.
  • How much will I need for a deposit?

    Most lenders will usually require you to have a minimum 5% deposit of the purchase price plus a little extra to cover other costs such as stamp duty, legal fees and lender's fees. Now lenders have changed the required minimum deposit depending on other factors such as if it's an investment purchase and where the property is located. With constant changes with bank requirements, it is important to speak to a broker to work out what you really need.
  • What you need to consider when buying a property?

    Applying for the First Home Owner Grant should be done at the same time as applying for your home loan. Our affiliated brokers will help with the application. You can also request an application from the office of state revenue directly.
  • What is a loan comparison rate?

    Applying for the First Home Owner Grant should be done at the same time as applying for your home loan. Our affiliated brokers will help with the application. You can also request an application from the office of state revenue directly.

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