May 29, 2019 8:14 pm
I am building a new house in Queensland.
I am a first home owner and there are few concerns over FHOG that I require clarification about.
1. My land cost is 435K + 314K (Building contract), But I haven't included Driveway in the contract. Does the first home grant also need to include landscaping, fencing and driveway?
2. What if I remove certain upgrades from the pricing of the contract and add them later as a post contract variation to meet the QLD FHOG requirements? It is only going to be few thousand dollars as I am only marginally going above in the build price. Does QLD government only look at the initial contract or variations as well?
3. I haven't included the landscaping, fencing and driveway into the build contract. Does the build contract need to include that in order to qualify for first home grant?
Re: Home grant and contract price2
Jun 01, 2019 11:26 am
My understanding is that they use the contract price and you can perform upgrades later on.
If I were you, I would make sure to not go beyond the 750K threshold, including any variations (as variations are technically part of the contract).
You would have to contact them to obtain a definitive answer.
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