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HomeBuilder Grant guidelines

"On 29 November 2020, the Australian Government announced an extension to the HomeBuilder program to 31 March 2021, with a number of changes to the grant amount and criteria. This means you do not need to submit your application by 31 December 2020"

รัฐบาลประกาศ ขยายเวลา Home Builder Scheme จนถึง 31 March 2021

  • ซื้อบ้านเพื่ออยู่อาศัยหลังแรก (First Home Buyer) รัฐช่วยเหลือ สูงสุดถึง $35,000 **สำหรับ Regional Area สามารถได้รับเงินช่วยสูงสุดเพิ่มเติมถึง $45,000

  • รัฐบาลออสประกาศโครงการช่วยเหลือการกระตุ้นเศรษฐกิจให้ $25,000 ในการก่อสร้างบ้านเพื่ออยู่อาศัย(new home building) หรือ ต่อเติมบ้านที่อยู่อาศัย ณ ปัจจุบัน(substantially own home renovation) โดยเงื่อนไข

  • สัญญาการก่อสร้างเซ็นต์จาก 04/06/2020 จนถึง 31/12/2020 การก่อสร้างจะต้องเริ่มภายใน 3 เดือน

  • ผู้รับเหมาก่อสร้างจะต้องจดทะเบียน, มีใบอนุญาติการก่อสร้าง อย่างถูกต้องในระบบ การก่อสร้าง (new house building) ต้องเป็นวัตถุประสงค์เพื่อการอยู่อาศัยเท่านั้น มูลค่าไม่เกิน $750,000

  • การต่อเติมบ้านที่อยู่อาศัยปัจจุบัน สัญญาการจ้างงานต้องไม่ต่ำกว่า $150,000 และไม่เกิน $750,000

  • รายได้ผู้สมัครขอสิทธิ์โครงการแบบส่วนบุคคลรายปีต้องไม่เกิน $125,000 หรือ ถ้ารายได้รวมแบบคู่ต่อปีต้องไม่เกิน $200,000

  • ผู้ที่ปลูกสร้างบ้านเพื่ออยู่อาศัยครั้งแรกและไม่เคยเป็นเจ้าของบ้านมาก่อน จะได้รับสิทธิ์ทั้งสองอย่าง FHOG $10,000 และ Home building schema $25,000 (reginal area receive FHOG $20,000)

  • ชนิดอสังหาริมทรัพย์จะสร้างใหม่ที่ได้สิทธิ์ house, apartment, house&land package, off the plan

  • เคยมี หรือ มีบ้านเพื่อยู่อาศัยอยู่แล้วต้องการเข้าโครงการ สามารถได้รับสิทธิ์ถ้าท่านก่อสร้างเพื่อวัตถุประสงค์ในการอยู่อาศัย และเปลี่ยนบ้านที่มีอยู่แล้วให้เช่า (investment home) แทน




"On 29 November 2020, the Australian Government announced an extension to the HomeBuilder program to 31 March 2021, with a number of changes to the grant amount and criteria. This means you do not need to submit your application by 31 December 2020"



Key dates

  • 4 June 2020-31 December 2020 — enter into a contract to build or renovate between these dates to be eligible for the $25,000 grant.

  • 1 January 2021-31 March 2021 — enter into a contract to build or renovate between these dates to be eligible for the $15,000 grant.

  • 14 April 2021 — all applications, irrespective of when the building or renovation contract was entered into, must be submitted within the HomeBuilder application portal by this date.

While applications must be submitted by 14 April 2021, it does not mean that all supporting documents must be uploaded by then. You can continue uploading your supporting documents, as they become available, beyond 14 April 2021.


About HomeBuilder

HomeBuilder provides eligible owner-occupiers (including first home buyers) with a grant to build a new home, substantially renovate an existing home or buy an off-the-plan home/new home. A new home is one that has not previously been sold or occupied as a place of residence (e.g. a spec build) and where construction commenced on or after 4 June 2020.

With the Australian Government's extension of HomeBuilder to 31 March 2021, a $15,000 grant is now available for eligible contracts entered into between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2021 (inclusive). A $25,000 grant is available for eligible contracts entered into between 4 June 2020 and 31 December 2020 (inclusive).

While the eligible contract must be entered into between 4 June 2020 and 31 March 2021 (inclusive), construction need not commence before 31 March 2021. However, it must commence within six months of the contract date and construction cannot have commenced before 4 June 2020.


The Australian Government's HomeBuilder Grant is subject to the provisions of the National Partnership Agreement between the Victorian Government and the Australian Government.

The HomeBuilder Grant complements the existing First Home Owner Grant that is available in Victoria when you buy or build your first new home.


Eligible applicants

The HomeBuilder Grant is available to individual applicants and couples who are, or will be, registered as the owner on the certificate of title.

If you are the only person who is listed, or will be listed, on the certificate of title as owner of the property, you must apply as an individual applicant. If there is, or will be, more than one person listed on the certificate of title, they must jointly apply as a couple provided they meet the definition of ‘couple’.

Each applicant must be:

  • a natural person (not a company or trust),

  • aged 18 years or older at the date of the contract, and

  • an Australian citizen at the date of application.

The HomeBuilder Grant is only open to Australian citizens. Accordingly, permanent residents and/or visa holders are not eligible. Where two people are listed on the certificate of title as registered proprietors, they must apply for HomeBuilder as a couple and both applicants must meet the eligibility criteria, including the citizenship requirement.

When you must be registered on the certificate of title as the owner of the land or property depends on the type of contract you enter into:

  • For contracts to build, you must be registered on title as owner of the land by no later than the laying of foundations and the first progress payment is made.

  • For substantial renovations, you must be registered on the title as owner of the property at the time that you enter into the contract for renovation works.

  • For off-the-plan/new homes, you must be registered on the title as owner of the property when the building is completed and you are entitled to take possession of the home.

Applicant(s) must be below one of the following two income caps:

  • $125,000 per annum for an individual based on either your 2018-19 or 2019-20 taxable income, as shown on your notice of assessment issued by the Australian Taxation Office, or

  • $200,000 per annum for a couple based on either your combined 2018-19 or 2019-20 taxable income, as shown on your notices of assessment issued by the Australian Taxation Office.

A couple is considered as two people that are legally married, in a registered domestic relationship, or living as a couple on a genuine domestic basis, excluding people related to each other, e.g. siblings.

Each applicant must not have previously received the HomeBuilder Grant for any property owned individually or jointly with another person in any Australian state or territory.

Each applicant must live in the home as their principal place of residence for a continuous period of at least 6 months immediately on completion of construction, renovation or settlement.

Investment properties are excluded from the HomeBuilder program.

Eligible homes

The home must be:

  • located in Victoria,

  • fixed to your land,

  • suitable as a place of residence, and

  • owned, or will be owned, by you (both dwelling and land).

A home is only eligible to receive the HomeBuilder Grant once.



Read more : https://www.sro.vic.gov.au/homebuilder-grant-guidelines

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