Find a project that meets your criteria for location, facilities and price.
Then, register your details and we’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest information and new land releases.
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Discuss borrowing options with your bank or finance provider.
If you are selling an existing home, you may also need to speak to your preferred real estate agent.
Visit the Landcom project(s) of interest to you, including any display villages, and talk to sales agents and builders.
If you find a block of land you like, reserve it at the Landcom Sales Office by completing the necessary paperwork and paying a non-refundable $300 fee.
You will also need to provide your solicitor or conveyancer’s details at this stage, in order for your contract of sale to be issued.
Note: To be eligible to purchase, you must not have a current unsettled land purchase in any other Landcom project at the time of your reservation.
Talk to your bank or finance provider to finalise finance arrangements for your purchase.
Then, make an appointment with your solicitor or conveyancer to read through your contract of sale.
Exchange contracts on your land purchase (usually within 30 days of your reservation date).
At this time your solicitor or conveyancer will also direct you on how to pay your 5% deposit within your exchange period.
To finalise your purchase and reach settlement, the land needs to be registered and have its own title.
This will occur once Landcom has finished creating your lot, including connection of services and construction of roads.
Note: settlement on registered land will be within 30 days of exchange of contracts.
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Following settlement, your builder can commence construction of your new home.