The federal government has extended its HomeBuilder scheme by an additional 12 months - applicants have been given an extra year to start construction to account for supply shortages caused by the pandemic. The extension would provide a lifeline to thousands of home owners struggling to qualify for the HomeBuilder grant.
The sweeping changes have shifted power back towards rental tenants, but some warn it will come at a cost. (AAP: James Ross)
If you are among the one in four people in Victoria who rent a home, or if you own an investment property, changes to the more than 130 rental law changes taking effect on Monday 29th ...
Melbourne’s apartment construction sector could suffer, and homebuyers could cop a $20k increase, under a government tweak to the Better Apartment Design Standards.
Apartment buyers may end up paying an extra $20,000 for their homes under new guidelines announced by the state government on Sunday.
The Urban Development Institute of ...
From 11:59pm on 12 February new circuit breaker actions will be in place to stop the spread of COVID-19 across Victoria.
The COVID-19 Circuit Breaker Action ends at 11:59pm on Wednesday the 17th of February, 2021.
Restrictions to leave home have been ...
Revenue ruling CL-001 has been published following public consultation.
The ruling, which applies to both public and private car parks, explains how to determine the number of parking spaces that are leviable under the Congestion Levy Act 2005 where a space allows for the parking of multiple vehicles.
With the extension of the Australian Government's HomeBuilder Grant program until 31 March 2021, the SRO (State Revenue Office) wants to reassure you there is no rush to apply before the year ends. This is because the previous application deadline of 31 December 2020 has been extended.
A short extract from Premier Daniel Andrews' speech on the upcoming COVID Safe Summer going forward regarding Auction densities.
Real estate: Inspections and auctions may operate with a density quotient of 1 person per 2sqm, subject to use of electronic record keeping. If not using electronic record keeping a density quotient of 1 person ...
HomeBuilder cash grants for housing construction projects has been extended until 31 March, 2021, but at a lower $15,000 amount.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted upon almost every industry including real estate. Here, we answer your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on what the coronavirus crisis means for sellers, buyers, renters and landlords.
Three month extension for construction commencement in Victoria.
In light of the introduction of Stage 4 restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne (effective from 2 August 2020) and Stage 3 restrictions in regional Victoria (effective from 5 August 2020), the Commissioner of State Revenue will exercise his discretion under the National Partnership ...
HomeBuilder provides eligible owner-occupiers (including first home buyers) with a grant of $25,000 to build a new home or substantially renovate an existing home.
HomeBuilder will assist the residential construction market by encouraging the commencement of new home builds and renovations.
Information on when and how you will be able ...
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