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Queensland Government - Queensland Revenue Office
Queensland Government - Queensland Revenue Office

Regional home building boost grant

An off-the-plan purchase is a contract to purchase a home on a proposed lot in an unregistered plan of a subdivision of land.

An example would be the purchase of a unit in a unit block, where the unit’s individual lot and plan description will not be available until the strata title has been registered.

You do not have an off-the-plan contract to purchase if you have both a land contract and a building contract.

First home owner grant

An off-the-plan purchase is a single contract to buy a new home and the relevant interest in the land, which is a proposed lot on an unregistered plan resulting from a subdivision.

In some cases, the property may not have been built yet (e.g. the purchase of a unit in a unit block, where the unit’s individual lot and plan description will not be available until the strata title has been registered).

You do not have an off-the-plan contract to purchase if you have both a vacant land contract and a building contract.

HomeBuilder grant

An off-the-plan purchase is a single contract to buy a new home and the interest in the land, which is a proposed lot on an unregistered plan resulting from a subdivision. In some cases, the property may not have been built yet. For example, the purchase of a unit in a unit block, where the unit’s individual lot and plan description will not be available until the strata title has been registered.

You do not have an off-the-plan contract to purchase if you have both a vacant land contract and a building contract.

Date published: 29 January 2023