A closer look at HPSEA. Are you missing this opportunity?

Have you heard about the Home Purchase or Sales Expenses Allowance (HPSEA)? If not, you might be missing out on a unique opportunity that could significantly impact your financial future.

Why HPSEA Matters
HPSEA is founded on the principle that ADF members should never be denied the privilege of homeownership due to their service. It offers reimbursement for various fees and costs associated with selling your current home and purchasing a new one when you are transferred. These expenses include agent’s fees, conveyancing fees, mortgage fees, and more.

Are You Eligible?
If you’re serving full-time or have prior ADF service, you could be entitled to HPSEA. It operates on a sell-purchase-sell cycle, and you must act within specific timeframes:
You have two years to sell your current home from the date of your official posting notice.
You then have four years from starting duty at your new posting location to purchase a new home.
You can claim expenses at any time after the purchase is completed.

Don’t miss out on the chance to discover how HPSEA can benefit you. Our weekly webinars will provide crucial insights, eligibility criteria, and tips on maximising your entitlements.

Register here

Seize Your Entitlements
The potential of HPSEA is too valuable to overlook. To inspire you, I’d like to share my own experience. I claimed HPSEA and received a remarkable $45,000 reimbursement. It was an opportunity that made a real difference in my life.

Register for our upcoming webinar and embark on a path to financial benefits with HPSEA. Don’t let this chance slip away. Register today!

~Daimien Patterson

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