Save thousands: Sydney apartments you can secure without paying stamp duty

First home buyers looking to secure a new off-the-plan apartment will be glad to know they can still take advantage of the NSW Government’s stamp duty exemptions

Save thousands: Sydney apartments you can secure without paying stamp duty
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First home buyers looking to secure a new off-the-plan apartment will be glad to know they can still take advantage of the NSW Government’s stamp duty exemptions.

Last August, the NSW Government increased the threshold for stamp duty exemption for newly built homes from $650,000 to $800,000 for first home buyers.

The First Home Buyers Assistance scheme (FHBAS) erases barriers to home ownership for many who can now save thousands.

Urban takes a look at six Sydney apartments you can secure and pay no transfer duty


1. The Laneways, Rosebery
Address: 33-37 Mentmore Avenue, Rosebery NSW 2018
One-bedroom apartments from $562,800

The Laneways is Rosebery's exciting new address, delivered by Ellerson Property and located on the sought-after Mentmore Avenue.

The boutique-sized apartments include one, two and three-bedroom offerings at an entry price well below the NSW Government’s FHBAS threshold. Among its offerings include a spacious entertainer's kitchen, floor-to-ceiling storage and its convenient location just six-kilometres from the Sydney CBD.
 

2. Bloom Arncliffe
Address: 213 Princes Highway, Arncliffe NSW 2205
Two-bedroom apartments from $710,000

Bloom Arncliffe offers one and two-bedroom apartments perfect for first home buyers looking to take advantage of stamp duty exemptions.

Dispersed over seven state-of-the-art buildings, the recently-completed development features space to work from home, private balconies, entertaining space and views of Botany Bay.
 

3. Beyond, Hurstville
Address: 93 Forest Road, Hurstville
One-bedroom apartments from $685,000

Designed in collaboration between Woods Bagot and DKO Architecture, Beyond provides first home buyers with incredible amenities at an affordable entry price.

As well as the attached 4,500sqm retail precinct anchored by Woolworths, Fridcorp’s Beyond is boasts an outdoor dining and teppanyaki grill, gardens, lobby bar and residents’ dining.
 

4. The Galleria, Parramatta
Address: 23-29 Hassall Street, Parramatta NSW 2150
Two-bedroom apartments from $699,000

Situated in the heart of the Parramatta CBD, the Galleria boasts 20-storeys and numerous on-site amenities, including a sixth-floor sky podium.

Features and finishes of the finest quality have been carefully selected to create an air of enduring style and sophistication from the interior colour palette to the bathrooms and kitchens to the generous indoor and alfresco living spaces.
 

5. Moseley, Carlingford
Address: 17-21 Moseley Street, Carlingford NSW 2118
Two-bedroom apartments from $752,900

The affordable Moseley project by the H&T Group is located in the City of Ryde, and close-by Epping Station.

Offering 41 one, two and three-bedroom apartments with contemporary design, modern silhouettes and amenities, first home buyers can save on the project. Among its offerings include private storage, a gym, communal entertaining areas and an electric car charging dock.
 

6. Eminence, Zetland
Address: 811 Elizabeth Street, Zetland NSW 2017
One-bedroom apartments from $745,000

Set in the dynamic inner-city precinct, Zetland, Eminence delivers a trio of boutique buildings commanding four street frontages nestled perfectly between Surry Hills, the transformational Green Square precinct and the Sydney CBD.

Delivered by Meriton and designed by DKO Architecture, Eminence brings together residences with onsite retail, childcare facilities, podium gardens and five-star amenities.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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