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Stamp duty rebate for off-the-plan apartments extended in WA

Posted by admin on September 14, 2021

The extension of Western Australia’s stamp duty rebate for units sold off the plan will help increase the supply of apartments and attract investors back to the market, property sector stakeholders say.

The rebate for off-the-plan residential units and apartments was extended for another two years – at a reduced rate – at a cost of $26.2 million in the WA state budget, which included a record $875 million boost for social housing.

Property Council WA executive director Sandra Brewer said the extension of the stamp duty rebate for apartments sold off the plan would help mitigate the forecast decline in dwelling investment next year and also secure a pipeline of apartment construction.


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