The HomeBuilder Grant has undergone a few changes since it was announced. Here's everything buyers need to know to take up the scheme St. Germain!
We may not be able to meet in person, but rest assured our dedicated team will still be available online and via phone, eager to assist you with your property purchase.
We’re preparing to release the next parcel of land at St. Germain! That means buyers keen to join our fabulous masterplanned community will soon have more opportunity to make their home at St. Germain!
The Clyde North Lifestyle Centre officially opened for business at the end of June – offering locals a new shopping hub featuring major retailers such as Aldi, Petstock and Hungry Jack’s.
Throughout your home building journey, you’re likely to come across quite a few words and phrases you might not be familiar with. This glossary of house and land lingo will help you make sense of it all!
The next round of places in the federal government’s First Home Loan Deposit Scheme (FHLDS) will be available on 1 July 2020. This opens the door for 10,000 new first home buyers who may have missed out on a place in the first round of the scheme.
In a boost to the building sector and for homebuyers, the Federal Government has today announced they will provide $25,000 to eligible Australians to build a new home.
There are some undeniable truths in the world. For instance, you are either a neat person… or a not so tidy person. If you're a little on the messy side, here are a few interior trends to you may want to avoid in order to make your house feel as tidy as possible.
First home buyers approved for the government’s First Home Loan Deposit Scheme have been granted an extension if they can’t find a property within 90 days.
The clever folks at Bunjil Place have created #ArtsInIsolation, an online digital project that will serve amazing arts experiences straight to our living rooms!
With restrictions in place and social distancing the new norm, local cafes have had to adapt to stay alive, and there are heaps in the Clyde and Berwick area who are now offering takeaway and delivery options for their loyal customers.
Combined improvements in buyer sentiment and increased borrowing power are stimulating the recovery of Melbourne’s land market with total lot sales increasing by 17 per cent to 3,185 for the December quarter.