Individual service providers have supplied all information in relation to their listings and information is correct and up to date as at 27 February 2017. All details are subject to change by service providers without notice.
Buying and Selling Property
Real Estate Institute of the ACT (REIACT) provide assistance for people who are transitioning to new homes. The REIACT Asbestos Advisory Group brings together experienced real estate agents who provide free advice about the process of selling a home, purchasing a new one or securing rental accommodation. Phone 02 6282 4544.
Financial Advice and Assistance
A range of financial advice and assistance, including grants and concessions, are available to assist homeowners with relocation expenses.
Local financial institutions have dedicated contacts to assist homeowners with financial advice and support.
Care Financial (Care Inc) provide financial counselling services to support people overcome debt.
The Australian Taxation Office provides information on understanding the tax implications of participating in the Voluntary Buyback and Eligible Impacted Property Buyback Programs. Refer to the InfoSheet for details and contacts.
ASIC's MoneySmart website provides calculators and free, independent guidance to help you make financial decisions.
The Department of Human Services offers a free Financial Information Service to help you make informed decisions about your finances.
Horticulturalist Mick Burgess provides free horticulture and landscape advice. Email email@example.com.
See also: Infosheet: Private gardens and street trees (PDF 160KB)
Good Guys outlets in Canberra offer discounts on some household items.
- Belconnen – phone 02 6252 4400 or visit Good Guys – Belconnen
- Tuggeranong – phone 02 6293 2244 or visit Good Guys – Tuggeranong
The ACT Law Society provides a searchable database of solicitors in the ACT.
Rebuilding, repairs and maintenance
There are a number of organisations in the ACT that can assist people wanting to rebuild, including information on local qualified and registered building and design professionals. Information on local tradespeople registered to undertake repairs and maintenance is also available.
Access Canberra can provide information on licensed, registered or accredited design and construction professionals in the ACT. The list includes architects, builders, tradespeople, asbestos assessors and removalists, and surveyors. Phone 13 22 81.
Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate provides information on regulations around buying, selling or leasing property, development applications, building approvals, zoning, and changes to planning laws, including subdivision. Phone 13 22 81.
Housing Industry Association provide assistance on a variety of building and planning standards and regulations, and HIA members who can assist to undertake works on Mr Fluffy homes. Phone 1902 973 555.