Effective Saturday 1 July 2017 changes have been made to the First Home Owners Grant (FHOG) in some states as follows.
|New South Wales||The $10,000 FHOG cap for a New Home Purchase/Off the Plan purchase has decreased from $750,000 to $600,000. For a property where the FHO enters into a contract to build, or an owner builder, the total value cannot exceed $750,000.
There is no change to the $10,000 FHOG cap for Contract to Build/Owner Builder.
|NSW Office of State Revenue|
|Regional Victoria||An increased FHOG payment of $20,000 is available for eligible first-home buyers who buy or build their new home valued up to $750,000 in regional Victoria.
Eligible first-home buyers in metropolitan Melbourne will continue to receive the $10,000 FHOG.
|VIC State Revenue Office|
|Queensland||FHOG expiry date extended from Friday 30 June 2017 to Sunday 31 December 2017.||Queensland Government|
|Tasmania||FHOG expiry date extended from Friday 30 June 2017 to Saturday 30 June 2018.||Tasmanian Government State Revenue Office|
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