Ginninderry

To stay up-to-date with the latest news about the first release and our open days, make sure you sign up to our email list. (Being on the email list keeps you informed, but doesn’t by itself qualify you as a purchaser – see details of the buying process below). Registrations for our first sales release have now closed but house and land packages are available from our partner builders.

The buying process

To participate in a Ginninderry  sales event, you will need to have read the sales package for each land release prior to registration. Registration for a sales event is easy and will be outlined both  in your sales package and on this website.

A simple outline of the buying process is as follow:

  • Buying a Block or Flexi-living Series home package
    As the demand for vacant land and our Flexi-Living homes are in high demand, we will be conducting a draw for all buyers that are registered and have met pre-qualification requirements. Once you have registered for a draw event and before purchasing a block or Flexi-Living package of your choice, you will need to engage a solicitor to act on your behalf and have your finance organised and a deposit ready.
  • House and Land Package
    In addition to our Flexi -Living Home Packages, a fine selection of other homes from a variety of our partner builders will also be available for you to buy direct over the counter (i.e. not subject to a draw).
  • Block/Package Selection Appointment
    At the Block/Package Selection Appointment you should come prepared to select and purchase your block/package and pay your part deposit. Following your selection a sales instruction will be sent to your solicitor/conveyancer with the details of your purchase. After the appointment you should contact your solicitor/conveyancer and make an appointment with them to review the contract.
  • Exchange
    From the date of your Block/Package Selection Appointment you will have fourteen (14) days to sign a contract and pay the balance of the deposit. Once you have signed the contract and paid the balance of the deposit the solicitors exchange contracts. At this point you are committed to the purchase (i.e. contract is unconditional). Between exchange and settlement, stamp duty is payable at the ACT Revenue Office. It’s important to confirm with your solicitor when stamp duty is due to be paid.
  • Settlement
    Settlement is when you take full ownership of the property. Once you are notified about a settlement date, you will need to pay the remaining balance of your purchase.
  • Build on a Block
    Before building your dream home, you will need to seek advice from your chosen builder on house design and building approvals.
  • Move In
    Once your home is completed your builder will receive a Certificate of Occupancy. This means you can now move into your new home, and connect and organise your utilities, garbage removal and mail.
  • Enjoy Living in Ginninderry
    To help you settle in to your new community, you will receive a resident’s welcome pack and be provided with an opportunity to meet your neighbours at one of our many planned community events.
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