Exclusive Offer for First Home Buyers
Buy Your First Home in Essendon with Only $19,450 Deposit*
24/03/2015 by The Hopkins Group
The Hopkins Group currently has an amazing offer on a newly built property in Essendon, Melbourne.
These completed one and two bedroom properties are currently available through The Hopkins Group with full stamp duty savings and a $15,000 rebate!
The $15,000 rebate can be taken as cash or a reduction in purchase price, whichever you prefer.
Whether you are an investor or a first home buyer, this is an outstanding opportunity.
If you are a Victorian First Home Buyer, you are also entitled to the $10,000 First Home Owners Grant (FHOG). This means that you can pick up a property worth $399,000 with a deposit of just $19,450 + legal fees and mortgage costs and adjustments!
Example Property Purchase details:
One bedroom property purchase price: $399,000
10% Deposit required at settlement: $39,900
First Home Owners Grant (FHOG): $10,000
John Hopkins Group Rebate: $15,000
No Stamp Duty!
Legal fees, mortgage costs and adjustments: $2,000 approx.
LET’S BREAK IT DOWN:
While you only need $16,900 deposit, you will require a minimum of 5% genuine savings, $19,450 to obtain bank finance.
These beautiful apartments have been built and are ready for settlement. If you would like to discuss this fantastic offer in more detail, please complete the enquiry form below, contact us on 1300 726 082 or send us an email and an adviser will follow up with you firstname.lastname@example.org
This offer is valid until April 30th 2015.
*Note: Subject to being approved for a loan. A 10% deposit will attract Lenders Mortgage Insurance (LMI) with most lenders; we have assumed this will be added to the loan. For full conditions and considerations, please contact us.
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