Strong and Stable Investment Opportunity

Historically, Residential property investment has proven to be a solid and stable way to build your investment portfolio – Consistently delivering medium to long term investors a strong return. Property investing provides a predicable rate of financial return in the form of rental income and can help you build a sturdy long term wealth creation strategy.

Firstyle Homes has created Firstyle Smart Invest to make it as easy as possible by selecting some of our best Home and Land packages across Sydney to maximize your return on investment. From single easy care homes, to multi-dwelling homes offering a dual Income Rental return.

Ready Built, Under Construction to Off the plan we have investment opportunities to suit a range of needs.

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Why Choose a House and Land Package as an Investment?

There are many advantages to investing in a Newly-built, Completed or Off the plan Package:

  • A Newer home attracts quality tenants - Our expertly designed homes are specifically selected maximize block and include flexible room options for all family needs.
  • Full turn-Key inclusions so that you are rent ready as soon as construction is completed
  • In some cases, lower stamp duty expenses due to only having to pay stamp duty on the land portion of the build
  • A higher depreciation value you can claim back on construction costs and certain fixtures and fittings
  • Lower Maintenance costs - A quality built Firstyle home which is covered by our Firstyle Advantage which includes our 25yr Structural Guarantee as well as our 150 point Quality Control Audit.
  • Strategically Positioned in Sydney's High Growth Areas, close to Public Transport, Roadways, Schools and Shopping Centres


Firstyle Homes have over 300 Fixed Price House and Land Packages in Sydney to explore

DISCLAIMER: Our advice is general only and does not take into account your specific financial circumstances. Any advice should be sought from your financial advisor. Figures are based on rental averages at the time of creation.