Grants and subsidies

Financial help and assistance for those in need, including eligibility criteria and entitlements for ongoing and one-off payments rates and subsidies.
TAA FHOG 1 - Guidelines the Commissioner follows when considering whether to allow a person to pay their tax by instalments, or allow extra time to pay.
Lotterywest offers grants to not-for-profit organisations and local government authorities, to support the things that make WA an even better place to live.
If you are a pensioner or senior you can apply to receive a rebate or concession on charges for local government rates and other essential services.
Apply for a subsidy for electricity costs of life support equipment or temperature control at home.
Permanent Western Australian residents aged 63 years or above who work less than 25 hours per week in paid employment can apply for a WA Seniors Card.
Applicants who hold an appropriate concession card may be eligible for a subsidy to assist with their electricity costs.
The Housing Authority offers bond assistance and two weeks' rent in advance as an interest-free loan to help people get accommodation in the private rental market.
A range of home ownership products are offered through Keystart Home Loans.
A grant from the Home Buyers Assistance Account reimburses some of the incidental expenses incurred when purchasing a first home in Western Australia.
The first home owner grant (FHOG) is a one-off payment to assist first home buyers to buy or build a residential property for use as their principal place of residence.
Apply for a payment arrangement to extend the time for repaying the first home owner grant or to pay by instalments.
The Income Eligibility Estimator is a useful tool to identify the different types of housing options and assistance that may be available to those who are eligible.
Check the status and progress of your first home owner grant (FHOG) application for a one-off payment to assist you buy or build your first property.
Search for unclaimed monies from organisations administered by Australian government agencies.
DA 30 - How the first home owner rate of duty is calculated if an eligible person and an excluded person buy vacant land to subdivide.
First home buyers may be eligible for the first home owner duty concession.
FHOG 9 - When the Commissioner will consider exempting a grant applicant from the age requirement.
FHOG 3 - Imposition of penalties when a grant is paid to an ineligible applicant in error or they didn't comply with the residence requirement.
FHOG 7 - The factors the Commissioner considers when deciding whether or not a home is sustantially renovated.
FHOG DA 38 - Evidence a grant applicant must provide if they have ever held residential property subject to a trust.
FHOG DA 40 - What will be considered when deciding whether a home is a person's primary residence.
FHOG DA 37 - Eligibility for a grant if an applicant is separated from their spouse or de facto partner.
FHOG DA 39 - What will be considered if a person applies for changes to their required residence period.
Documents accepted as proof of a person's identity.
F-FHOG1 - Apply for a grant and/or pre-approval for the first home owner rate of duty.
F-FHOG6 - Boost payment requirements - extension of time.
F-FHOG5 - Addendum to the FHOG Application Form.
F-FHOG3 - Apply to vary the residence requirements.
F-FHOG2 - Apply to vary the residence requirements.
F-FHOG4 - Valuation form.
First home owner grant guide.
Privacy statement in different languages.
FHOG 4 - Determining whether a grant applicant has a de facto partner.
FHOG 3 - How to determine whether a person's right under a licence to live in a property is reasonably secure.
Search for a grant for use around your community. 
ConcessionsWA is an easy to use resource where you can search by category, concession type or people group to find rebates, concessions and subsidy schemes.
Opening doors to affordable housing. Offering a range of affordable housing and land options in Western Australia.
Overview of the first home owner grant scheme.
Complete an online enquiry regarding the first home owner grant.
Complete an online enquiry regarding the energy concession extension scheme.
Complete an online enquiry about the Energy Concession Extension Scheme, Life Support Equipment Energy Subsidy, or Thermoregulatory Dysfunction Subsidy.
The Housing Authority offers bond assistance and two weeks' rent in advance as an interest-free loan to help people get accommodation in the private rental market. Maximum loan depends on your circumstances.
Face-to-face information sessions that cover various aspects of the first home owner grant (FHOG) and the first home owner rate of duty.
Repay the first home owner grant if you have failed to meet the eligibility and residence requirements.
Explanation and status.
Information about legislative changes, publications and customer education activities.
Use when applying for the energy concession extension scheme.
Concession scheme to assist eligible people to meet energy consumption costs.
Subsidy to help with life support equipment electricity costs.
Receive a rebate for, or defer, local government rates, water service charges, emergency services levy and underground electricity charges.
Financial assistance for persons with thermoregulatory dysfunction, or their dependants, to offset energy costs for controlling the temperature in their home.
Life support equipment electricity subsidy scheme.
Thermoregulatory dysfunction energy subsidy scheme.

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