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This tool can help you determine whether you could be eligible for the First Home Owner Grant (FHOG).
Eligible homebuyers can now receive a contribution of up to 25% towards the purchase price of their property, reducing their minimum required deposit to 5% and avoiding the need to pay Lenders Mortgage Insurance.
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Application for First Home Owner Grant
Becoming a property owner in Victoria If you are thinking of buying a property in Victoria, or currently do so, it’s important to understand what is involved.  For example, you pay land transfer (stamp) duty when you purchase property, and there ...
We are responsible for administering state taxes, duties and levies for the Victorian Government.
You may receive a tax assessment or reassessment, or a payroll tax decision from us that you disagree with. If this happens, you can either ask us to make an update or a change to your assessment or lodge an objection. What is an objection? An ...
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If you are dissatisfied with the Commissioner’s decision about your taxation objection, or if we do not make a determination within 90 days of receiving your objection (not including any period of suspension), you can ask us to: Refer the matter ...
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All contracts or agreements for land transfer (stamp) duty must be completed using the Digital Duties Form. Find help with completing the Digital Duties Form More information about electronic conveyancing and Duties Online Frequently asked questions ...
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