Everything you need to know about the First Home Owners Grant


November 4, 2020

Right now, the WA Government is offering a one-off payment to assist first homeowners with $10,000 via the First Home Owner Grant (FHOG). It’s available to all Western Australians and gives eligible first home buyers a welcome boost.

As a first home buyer you could be entitled to the $10,000 First Home Owners Grant (FHOG). How great is that?! Make sure you don’t miss out. We’ve helped thousands of people claim their $10,000 grant.

The FHOG is a one-off payment from the government to incentivise first home buyers to buy or build residential property!

The first home owners grant is $10,000 from the government, however at WOW Homes we are known to Triple the Grant*. This means we boost the grant with an extra $20,000, that’s a whopping $30,000 – this is massive especially for first home buyers.

This is not a misprint! WOW Homes is the home of Triple The Grant™. If you’re eligible, you’ll get $30,000 towards your new home!

  • $10,000 First Home Owners Grant
  • $20,000 towards your home!

*Terms and conditions apply.

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Are you eligible?

The criteria of the FHOG is set by the State government.

  • You have never previously owned a residential property in Australia or have received a FHOG from any other state or territory in Australia.
  • You need to be 18 years or older and either an Australian citizen or a permanent resident.
  • You must occupy the home as your principal place of residence for a continual period of six months or more, which must occur within 12 months of receiving your FHOG.
  • First homebuyers purchasing an established property rather than building may be eligible for a portion of the FHOG.

Contact us to find out if you qualify!

Still got questions? We can answer them all. It only takes a couple of minutes so get in touch with us today!

You’ll always remember your first!

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