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  • Writer's pictureRayson L.

First Home Loan Deposit Scheme (FHLDS). Help is here. 

Waiting for the 5% first home buyer scheme?

You might be out of luck. As we've been mentioning, it is a good plan, but it is probably released at the wrong time.


If you've been following our blogs here and on Facebook, property prices have risen between 5-8% in Melbourne. In some popular suburbs prices have reached and even exceeded the 2017 peak.

Bidding activities at some auctions have once again, reached insane levels, with buyers overpaying hundreds and thousands more for a property.

What does these all mean for first home buyers? You have to be prepared to pay more. And lots more, if you're hoping to buy into a popular, established suburb.

Now, if you are waiting for the 5% deposit scheme to get into the property market you need to be fast. There are only 10,000 golden tickets available for eligible first home buyers. You have to be quick.

How can we help?

Here at Concierge Buyers Advocates, we have been working hard to identify eligible properties in popular, high growth Melbourne suburbs for eligible first home buyers. These are individually selected and hand picked from the lists of leads and some quality builders. We've done the review and handpicked them based on their quality, affordability, locations, amenities, etc

Buying your first home has never been easier. Here is our quick 5 step process, to speed up your purchase:

  1. Talk to us.

  2. We'll get you pre-approved for mortgage, if you need one.

  3. Reviewed the properties, pick one.

  4. Sign the purchase agreement.

  5. Sit back and relax.

We'll manage the purchasing process for you, from financing and conveyancing. Buying your first home can never be easier.

Get in touch today to find out more.

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