Time running out for incentives from builders and developers, with Convesso Concavo offer the next to expire

Time running out for incentives from builders and developers, with Convesso Concavo offer the next to expire
Time running out for incentives from builders and developers, with Convesso Concavo offer the next to expire

A number of developer and builder incentives aimed at encouraging the take-up of new houses and apartments will soon come to an end around the country.

The schemes range from grant top-ups to gift vouchers to cashback offers.

First to go will be Lend Lease’s luxury furniture and interior design offer for its Convesso Concavo apartment project (pictured above and below) in Melbourne’s Docklands, which expires on April 30.


The developer is offering gift vouchers ranging in price from $15,000 to $60,000 depending on the type of apartment. Luxury harbourside apartments range in price from $465,000 to $3.15 million.

Up until May 13, Stockland is offering to triple the $13,000 Victorian first-home bonus to $39,000 for first-home buyers in five of its residential communities, taking the total incentive when the first-home owners’ grant is included to $46,000. The residential communities that qualify are Highlands, Mernda Villages, Eucalypt, Selandra Rise and Arbourlea.

Other incentives being offered by developers and builders include:

Larry Schlesinger

Larry Schlesinger

Larry Schlesinger was a property writer at Property Observer

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