Perth’s largest affordable new home and land developer is standing up for all WA home buyers with the launch of the Nicheliving Home Affordability Program.
The Program comes on the back of the recent decision by the State government to reduce the first home owners grant to $10,000 from July 1st 2017.
With a commitment to providing easier access to the Australian Dream, Nicheliving took this announcement as an opportunity to offer greater support to all West Australians pursuing a home ownership goal, not just first home buyers.
To help keep the Australian Dream alive, Nicheliving has created a Home Affordability Program that invites all Perth home buyers to apply.
Nicheliving will assist homebuyers to get into their own home and will work to offset the changes in the grant with a private initiative backed by the Nicheliving Group.
Nicheliving offers all-inclusive new home and land packages and apartments priced around 30% lower than the relevant suburb median, hence an additional discount on such a highly competitive, quality product offers tremendous value to home buyers.
With extensive experience and a proven track record in the affordable homes space that has led it to win multiple UDIA WA Awards for Excellence, Nicheliving has a thorough understanding of how to cost effectively produce a development that offers both initial and ongoing affordability to the home owner.
Nicheliving’s comprehensive understanding of affordable developments has led it to undertake practices such as offering upgraded packages worth around $10,000 more than the standard price, as it knows this can sometimes be the difference in whether a home buyer can afford a particular property.
What’s more, Nicheliving Director Ronnie Elhaj strongly believes that WA businesses have the power to bring about meaningful change to our state’s economy and our overall city. He encourages all businesses to take initiative rather than relying so heavily upon government support.
It is this ethos, coupled with the State government announcement, that has led Nicheliving to develop its Home Affordability Program.