When buying property you may be entitled to one of the New South Wales (NSW) Government’s home buyer grants or concessions. On this page, you will find all grants and concessions available to home buyers in NSW and summary to help guide you to more information.
When buying or selling property you may also be liable for taxes and duties. This page provides a summary of all the taxes and duties applicable when buying or selling property to help guide you to more information.
A 4 per cent surcharge purchaser duty on the purchase of residential real estate by foreign persons.
A $10,000 grant for first home buyers of new homes of a value up to $750,000.
A duty concession on new homes valued up to $550,000 and vacant land valued up to $350,000.
A duty concession on new homes valued between $550,000 and $650,000, and vacant land valued between $350,000 and $450,000.
A $5,000 grant towards the purchase of news homes valued up to $650,000 and vacant land valued up to $450,000 on which a new home will be built.
A duty concession on a purchase of replacement residential property by owners of residential property that was acquired by a State authority because it contained loose-fill asbestos insulation.
A duty applied to the sale or transfer of land or a business.
A tax levied on liable owners of land in NSW as at midnight on the 31 December of each year.
A duty charged on an amount secured by a mortgage in NSW.
A duty charged on mortgages that cover property both in and out of NSW. The mortgages may be single mortgages and mortgage packages.