New HomeSeeker SA a success with future owners
From the new HomeSeeker SA was launched last Saturday, over 2,000 people have visited the site and 148 people have signed up to stay up to date with the latest affordable homes on the market.
Social Services Minister Michelle Lensink said the strong interest so far shows that many South Australians are keen to achieve their housing aspirations.
“The first issues of access to the new liberal Marshall government HomeSeeker SA shows that South Australians are seizing the opportunity to get more information about buying and saving for their first home, ”said Minister Lensink.
Whether South Australians are looking for an affordable home, whether they are looking for budgeting tips on how to save for their first home, or advice on renting in the private rental market – HomeSeeker SA is our new one-stop-shop to help more people realize their housing dreams.
“With the new website, potential buyers can browse the 70 affordable homes currently on sale statewide, starting at $ 150,000 for a home in Davoren Park.
“South Australians can also use the tools available to calculate the cost of stamp duty and mortgage repayments, as well as create personal budgets to save for a deposit.
“Our new HomeSeeker SA The website marries directly with the Liberal Marshall government’s new $ 400 million pledge to deliver 1,000 new affordable homes by 2025, supporting both first-time buyers and providing a huge boost to our industry. construction.
Stephen Knight, Managing Director of the Housing Industry Association (HIA), welcomed the new website.
“With the sales on the back of the HomeBuilder grant ending at the end of the month, now is a great time to HomeSeeker SA initiative be published, ”Knight said.
“This will ensure a stable pipeline of construction work going forward, good for jobs especially for apprentices and a great outcome for South African families and young people who might not have realized they can. afford to own their own home. “