Buying Off The Plan

Buying Off the Plan Property

Buying property ‘off the plan’, has become a popular choice for Australian investors. Delayed settlement and increased tax savings can prove enticing. But there are risks. Here are some tips to help make ‘off the plan’ purchases work for you.

  1. What does it Mean?

  2. The Benefits

  3. Market Conditions

  4. Stamp Duty

  5. Depreciation Plus

  6. The Risks

  7. Become empowered

  8. Quality of Finish

  9. The Purchase Contract

  10. Home Warranty Insurance

  11. The Sales Contract: What to look for

*This article aims to inform and educate readers and is not intended as legal advice. Always see a lawyer and financial advisor before purchasing property. Tax and property laws may vary from state to state.

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