The standout projects most favored by Yarraland customers in 2024.

Melbourne | Apartment | Collins Wharf - Ancora

Ideally nestled between Docklands Bay and the Yarra River, offering breathtaking views towards the Central Business District, Collins Wharf has cemented its reputation as a unique focal point on the Australian real estate map.

1 – 4 beds

1 – 3 baths

1 – 2 car parks

Melbourne | Townhouses | Wattle House

The Wattle House townhouse Project – the top choice in Western Melbourne with an ideal location near Highpoint shopping center and reputable schools.

1 – 4 beds

1 – 3 baths

1-2 car parks

Major Projects

200+ Partners


Question #1: Does buying a house lead to residency?

Buying a house is a milestone in the residency process, demonstrating your financial capability for the government to trust your residency application. However, along with that, you need to show a willingness to contribute to the country through specific skills in a profession or business, or by creating employment opportunities for citizens. You also need to meet certain characteristics of Australian citizens such as English proficiency and understanding of Australian history, etc. Buying a house is one of the favorable conditions for residency but not the sole requirement.

Question #2: Who is eligible for home loans?

Both of the following groups are eligible for home loans: Vietnamese citizens. Foreigners or Vietnamese citizens without nationality.

Question #3: What is the loan amount for property purchase?

The loan amount depends on the individual and the support from the bank, ranging from 60% to 80% of the property value. The maximum loan amount is $2 million Australian dollars, with a maximum term of 25 years. There are no penalties for prepayment

Question #4: Can international students own a house?

Yes. Vietnamese international students have the right to buy and own property

Question #5: In addition to the purchase price, what costs should be considered when buying Australian real estate?

Apart from the the purchase price, you should also consider stamp duty, brokerage service fees, currency conversion fees (if necessary), and property maintenance costs, among others

Question #6: What is FIRB fee?

The FIRB (Foreign Investment Review Board) fee is a type of fee applied to investments from foreigners in Australian real estate. Specifically, foreigners are required to pay a FIRB fee when placing a deposit or purchasing a property in Australia. This fee typically increases with the value of the property and its intended use.

Generally, FIRB utilizes a fee schedule based on the property value and type (such as residential, land, business, etc.). The FIRB fee aims to control and ensure that investments from foreigners do not have significant impacts on the Australian real estate market and national interests. For specific information on fee rates, it is advisable to check the current FIRB regulations and fee schedule published on the FIRB website.

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