On 1 May 2019, Keystart Home Loans announced an increase to their income limits to allow more West Australians access to their low deposit home loans.
The changes are available to all applicants who enter into sales contracts to purchase an established property or build a new home from 1 July 2019 until 30 June 2022.
General Manager of InReach Finance Dean LaFrenais, explains below:
The income limits for Keystart home loans are:
Note: Property price limits in the Kimberley and Pilbara remain unchanged.
Key Benefits of a Keystart Home Loan
2% Deposit Requirement
First Homebuyers may use 1% from their First Home Buyers Grant
Funds can be obtained from any source
No 3 month genuine savings requirement
Significantly less than the minimum bank requirement of 5%
No Mortgage Insurance (LMI)
Save thousands in LMI costs. A similar loan at a bank would see a borrower paying over $10,000 in LMI costs.
No ongoing monthly account keeping fees
Reduced payments during the construction period
First home buyers who build can utilise their First Home Buyers Grant ($10,000) to assist with their settlement agent costs and bank fees.
These are just some of questions people ask when they are thinking of building but we’re sure you have many more.
Contact us and we will arrange a totally obligation free meeting to answer all the questions you have.
If you would like someone to contact you, complete the enquiry form or visit any of our display homes throughout Perth and talk with one of our consultants.
Does this sound like you?
If so, contact Blueprint Homes today to find out how we can get you into your new home fast with a Keystart home loan.
Blueprint Homes is not a provider of finance or credit facilities. Any information shown is facilitated by InReach Finance. Authorised credit representative of DMEE holdings Pty Ltd Australian Credit license 469248. Terms conditions, fees and charges may apply. 10% deposit is required.