STAMP DUTY ABOLISHED FOR FIRST HOME BUYERS UNDER $600,000 (VIC)

5 March 2017

STAMP DUTY ABOLISHED FOR FIRST HOME BUYERS UNDER $600,000 (VIC)

Stamp duty will be abolished for first home buyers for purchases below $600,000, helping thousands of Victorians find their first home, as the Andrews Labor Government tackles housing affordability head on. Those buying a home valued between $600,000 and $750,000 will also be eligible for a concession, applied on a sliding scale. The exemption and concession will apply to both new and established homes, in a move that is expected to help 25,000 Victorians find their first home. In a further move to help tilt the scales back towards home owners, the Government will also remove off-the-plan stamp duty concessions on investment properties.

Stamp Duty Abolished for First Home Buyers