On 17 April 2021, the Federal Government announced that the construction commencement requirement for its Homebuilder program is being extended from six months to 18 months for all existing applicants.
Today, Peet announced its results for the half year ended 31 December 2020, achieving an operating profit and statutory profit after tax of $10.1 million, up 101% compared to the previous corresponding period.
On 29 November, the Federal Government announced an extension to its popular HomeBuilder program. The incentive is designed to stimulate the residential construction industry by encouraging the commencement of new builds and renovations.
Government extends the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme
POSTED ON 13 Oct 2020
The Australian Government has announced the Federal Home Loan Deposit Scheme has been extended to an additional 10,000 places until 30 June 2021.
The move will provide eligible first home buyers with the continued support they need to secure a home loan and enter the property market.
Australian property developer Peet has welcomed today’s announcement of the Federal Government’s new HomeBuilder scheme.
The HomeBuilder grant will give Australian home buyers access to a $25,000 grant to go towards the cost of building a new home up to the value of $750,000, or to assist with renovations of between $150,000 and $750,000.*
Peet guiding first time buyers on the property journey
POSTED ON 29 May 2020
Recently Peet Managing Director and CEO Brendan Gore spoke with Dan Wilkie from Australian Property Investor Magazine about the challenges first home buyers face when starting their property journey, and how Peet’s new five-step First Home Buyer Toolkit can help them through the process.