Purchaser Information

If you're looking to buy, or have already bought land at Acacia, there is some information you'll need to know to help you during this milestone purchase.

Design Guidelines

Acacia offers convenient local living. To establish and maintain the quality of this unique community, Building Design Guidelines have been prepared to assist purchasers in designing and building their homes to a high standard, maximising the value of their investment and enhancing the quality of the community as a whole.

Before building, homebuyers are required to submit their house plans to Peet for approval. This can be done at any time after the contract of sale has been signed.
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First Home Owners Grant

First Home Buyers Rejoice! Choose your new address at Acacia, then enjoy a $10,000 bonus when you build your new home, thanks to the First Home Owner Grant (FHOG). The Victorian Government's FHOG has been set at $10,000 - available on new homes only*.

In addition, first home buyers entering into contracts on or after 1 July 2017, will benefit from paying no stamp duty on properties valued up to $600,000. Properties between $600,001 and $750,000 will receive a tapered discount.

There has never been a better time to build, and no better address than Acacia.
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First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

One of the challenges to first home buyers achieving their dream of home ownership can be the time it takes to save a deposit.

If you're a first home buyer, the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme (FHLDS) is a new Government initiative that helps Australians purchase their first home.

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Due Diligence Checklist

This checklist aims to help you identify issues that may affect the property and your restrictions or obligations as a buyer.
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Gardening Resources

The Acacia community has been planned to make the most of its unique position, nestled between the Royal Botanic Gardens. You are encouraged to plant native Australian plants to create a little piece of the Botanic Gardens right at home.
The key benefits of growing indigenous plants in your garden;
  • Indigenous plants thrive in the local conditions and require little watering.
  • Indigenous plants have culturally significance to the history and identity of the Botanic Ridge landscape.
  • Contribute to sustainable ecosystems by attracting natural wildlife.
Download the Casey Indigenous Plant Guide and the Sustainable Garden Guide to help with your plant selection.
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