Don’t Miss Out On First Buyer’s Home Credit

Happily enough for those who missed the 30 September 2009 deadline, the Queensland government has extended its First Time Home Buyer’s Grant QLD program – along with its boost – through 31 December 2009. While the amount of the credit has been reduced, it is still a significant way to save a great deal of money when buying your first home. If you have been toying with the idea of purchasing your first home, now truly is the time to do so. By hiring a conveyancing firm in Queensland who is familiar with the FBHG, you can get the help you need while saving a ton of money – a real win-win situation, especially in today’s dismal housing market.


Can’t Afford A House? Think Again!

With the help of a professional conveyancing firm in Gold Coast, you can take full advantage of the excellent offer that is being made by the Queensland government. Under the terms of the boost, you can receive a credit of up to $3,500 for existing homes and up to $7,000 for new homes. When you combine that deal with the grant, the total goes up to $10,500 for an existing home and up to $14,000 for new homes. The ability to shave that much money off the cost of a new home could easily make what was once unattainable perfectly attainable.


Act Now

Rather than drag your feet and remain unsure about whether or not you qualify for this great deal, it is in your best interests to consult with a conveyancing solicitor. Such a professional will walk you through the terms of the first time home buyer’s grant QLD and boost, ensuring that you can qualify for the full amount in many cases. With that credit, you will find that getting into the house that you’ve always wanted is significantly easier to do. Acting now is of the essence, though, since the deadline is at the very end of 2009. That day will be here sooner than you think, so act right away.


Don’t Miss This Great Opportunity

With the savings that you will enjoy through the Queensland government’s great deal, you will be able to have lower monthly mortgage payments and can stand to pay off your mortgage loan more quickly in general. At the same time, you’ll be saving money on interest since a decent amount of money will have been credited from the beginning. In some cases, you will be able to afford a larger or nicer home with the extra help from the government. This truly is “free money,” and there are no strings attached to this offer. Contact a qualified conveyancing solicitor right away to get on board this exceptional deal.

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Andrew Francey


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Andrew has over two decades experience in high growth fast moving consumer goods, agribusiness and professional services. Supporting the Ownit team to deliver on client expectations, and implementing processes to scale the organisation, is a key focus for Andrew.

Andrew is a C-Suite leader with Chairman and Board experience.  He has formal qualifications in Business, Applied Finance and AICD Company Directors Course.

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