75% Stamp Duty Rebate of up to $50,000 for Off-The-Plan Perth Apartment Purchases! | DevelopWise | Perth luxury apartment developer

WA State Government Announces 75% Stamp Duty Rebate of up to $50,000 for “Pre-Construction” Apartment Purchases!

Finally, the McGowan Labor State Government is pulling the right levers to kickstart Perth WA’s economy.

The positive impact of this stamp duty rebate is going to be massive. Below are the key points you need to know.

1) From 23 October 2019 to 23 October 2021, buyers who enter into a pre-construction contract to purchase a Perth WA apartment will receive a massive 75% rebate off their stamp duty up to $50,000.

2) There is no cap on the purchase price, so if you buy a $1.5M apartment, you only pay $18,365 stamp duty vs normally $68,365. Saving you a massive $50,000!

3) An important fact to note is that the development must NOT have commenced construction. Ie. In “pre-construction” stage.

4) The construction must be completed within 36 months of the contract date.

5) Multiple stamp duty rebates are allowed on separate apartment purchases in same or different developments.

6) Stamp duty rebate applies to Foreigner Buyers as well.

Check out how much you save using the tables below.

General Domestic Buyer

First Home Buyer


Check out how much you save using the tables below. We often hear buyers’ concerns about whether it’s the right time for them to secure an apartment. With this recent announcement, we can’t think of a better time to secure your dream apartment than now.

The market will likely shift up as demand for pre-construction projects are sought after to capitalise on this massive financial incentive.

This makes our latest project Sanctuary Mount Pleasant the perfect choice.  We are 40% SOLD and scheduled to start construction first half of 2020 with an estimated completion date of late 2021. 

For more information on the Sanctuary, visit www.SanctuaryMountPleasant.com.au or contact Mr Woon at [email protected] or 0421 595 481.


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