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5% Deposit Contribution

Developer Incentive

Why now?

If you have been toying with the idea of apartment living or wondering how to get your foot in the property market door, let us show you the way. Bundoora is a suburb that offers so much in Melbourne’s blossoming north. Today is a great time to take advantage of this genuine developer incentive which will bring positive news for residents and investors alike.

If you’re a First Home Buyer and ready to purchase your first home, all you need is 5% and Future Estate will match the other 5%.*

Stamp Duty savings of approx. $28,000.

Receive 5% deposit from the developer towards your 10% deposit, up to $36k of savings.

 

* Based on a 2 bedroom apartment valued $510,000. Offer expires, 15th January 2018.

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Two great offers for you

Receive free stamp duty post settlement up to $40k of savings

OR

Receive 5% deposit from the developer towards your 10% deposit, up to $36k of savings

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Disclaimer

To qualify for this offer, you must (i) enter into a contract of sale for the purchase of an apartment at ‘Botanic’, 1091 Plenty Road, Bundoora, Victoria 3083 (Sale Contract); (ii) a deposit of 5% of the purchase price indicated in the Sale Contract must be transferred to the vendor’s solicitors’ trust account; (iii) settlement must occur in accordance with the terms of the Sale Contract; and (iv) you must enter into an agreement with the vendor or its related entity which sets out further terms and conditions of this offer.   You are advised to carry out your own due diligence enquiries and investigations in order to satisfy yourself as to all aspects of the property and market conditions and should seek your own independent legal and financial advice.