Tempo Living Homes a ‘game changer’ with just 5% deposit required
Brentwood Forest’s Tempo Living homes collection offers beautiful modern design, clean finishes and low-maintenance living. With just 5% deposit required, these new, completed homes are proving to be popular with first home buyers rushing to take advantage of the $20,000 First Home Owners Grant, which is set to expire on 30 June 2018.
The two and three-bedroom homes priced from just $321,900, with no stamp duty*, no construction payments, a single contract and nothing to pay until you move in. The homes are designed to be low-maintenance and promote living at an affordable price – all within 28 minutes from Brisbane’s CBD and five minutes from Springfield Lakes and Orion Shopping Centre.
*No stamp duty for first home buyers only
AVID Property Group General Manager Queensland Bruce Harper said the new Tempo Living homes were proving to be a ‘game changer’ for those dreaming of buying of their own, brand new home.
“Brentwood Forest’s Tempo Living homes are a great option for people wanting to buy a new home but are concerned about managing their existing budgets with the various costs that often come with building,” Mr Harper said.
“With one single contract and no construction progress payments, the buying process of our Tempo Living homes couldn’t be easier.
“What’s more, first home buyers looking to take advantage of the First Home Owners Grant can secure their home before the June 30 deadline with just a 5% deposit,” he said.
“These homes really are a game changer in that sense – with only one contract and no other costs involved at the start, people can get excited about moving into their new home, stress-free and financially ahead,” Mr Harper said.
“We have welcomed a number of new buyers to Brentwood since this range was released, with many telling us they were surprised just how quick and stress-free the whole process was and that their dream of home ownership simply wouldn’t have been possible without the financial freedom that came with buying a Tempo Living home.”