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Villawood Properties $40,000 kick start for SEQ first home buyers

October 6, 2020

first_imgRender of Sequana community in Logan Reserve.VILLAWOOD Properties is helping first home buyers break into the property market with a package that could give future residents of its Sequana community a $40,000 headstart. First home buyers could be eligible for a $5000 boost from Villawood Properties, on top of the State Government’s $20,000 grant on land and home packages sold at Sequana in Logan Reserve before June 30, 2017. Sequana is a boutique $55-million riverside community at Logan Reserve.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoIn addition to financial incentives, Sequana’s partner builders — Simonds, Metricon Homes and BOLD — are offering more than $15,0000 worth of upgrades. “We know it can be difficult to make the leap from renting to owning and the lack of affordable land options in desirable areas is a real concern,” said Villawood Properties executive director Tony Johnson. “At Sequana we are offering $5000 to first home buyers to give them the extra top up they need to get into the property market.” Adam Minisini from Metricon Homes said offering value-adds allowed first home buyers to get the home they want without compromising on inclusions and quality. “Many owner/occupiers think they need to hold off on certain items for their first home because most of their cash is locked up in the deposit,” Mr Minisini said. “Gifting first home buyers’ upgrades to finishes and appliances means they can afford luxury extras like a pool or an additional bedroom.”last_img

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