The offer will be provided as a voucher upon settlement of the land contract. Solar installation must be completed by the provider of Fairland's choice. Installation must be completed after handover and independently of the house build. Voucher must be returned to Fairland within 3 months of settlement of the contract. If voucher is not claimed by the expiry date, it will be rendered null and void.
Offer applies only to contracts that settle prior to the 30/03/20. The contract must be signed after the 26/7/19 and prior to 13/9/19 to be eligible for the solar voucher. Offer is limited to specific allotments within the Vista, Seaford Heights development only - exclusive to allotments 319, 428, 430, 439, 450, 451, 587, 596, 597, 598, 599, 600, 623, 630, 1570. Double storey homes will incur an extra cost of $240 per home. If roof area is insufficient to accommodate 24 panels, a suitable alternate model will be offered for consideration. It is the owners responsibility to ensure the house is capable of solar installation and has adequate roof space to ensure the delivery of 6.6kw of solar. Fairland cannot guarantee delivery of a full 6.6kW unit on smaller house designs.
Limited to the following products per land contract:
Items included in promotion are subject to availability and may change without notice.
Images used in promotion advertising are indicative only and may change without notice.
Subject to qualification. This offer is only available while being advertised as a promotion.
Not to be used in conjunction with any other offers. E&O.
(excerpt from Revenue SA website, 16th December 2013)
The First Home Owner Grant (FHOG) is paid by the State Government to eligible first home owners. The payment is made only after an application has been submitted to and approved by RevenueSA or a financial institution authorised by RevenueSA to process applications.
The FHOG applies to the purchase or construction of a residential property, including a house, flat, unit, townhouse or apartment that meets local planning standards anywhere in South Australia. The FHOG currently applies to both new and established homes, but will cease for established homes from 1 July 2014.
The residential property must be occupied as each applicants principal place of residence property for a continuous period of at least six months commencing within 12 months of date of settlement for contracts to purchase, or the date construction is completed for owner builders or contracts to build.
Visit revenuesa.sa.gov.au for more details.
For full terms and conditions and more details on the 8% leaseback refer to the lease agreement upon enquiry. Refer to contract of sale for further terms and conditions. Full list of inclusions provided on request.