Friends of Halcyon Referral Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Halcyon Referral Campaign and who gets rewarded?
Halcyon has a new dual-sided referral program. The program is designed to say thank you to homeowners, friends and the community for referring customers to Halcyon. The Friends of Halcyon Referral program features a $1,500 payment to the referrer plus a $500 donation to the referrers selected charity or cause and for the referred person they receive a $1,500 cash back on settlement and a $500 donation to a selected charity or cause.
Who can be part of the referral program?
The Halcyon referral program is open to homeowners, as well as people and other groups and organisations outside Halcyon communities. For example, your mum or dad can be part of the Halcyon referral program so too can your local Men’s Shed or netball club.
How and when do charities receive their donations?
Halcyon proactively contacts charities to arrange cheque presentations.
How does the referrer claim their payment?
The referrer is contacted by the Halcyon team. Our team will obtain the bank details and charity or cause of your choice so payments can be made at the time of settlement.
How does the referral payment get paid?
The referrer will receive payment by electronic funds transfer on the settlement of the referred home sale.
What happens if the home buyer doesn’t nominate the referrer when they visit? Can payments be made retrospectively?
For the integrity of the program, referral payments cannot be made retrospectively. Referral payments for the referrer and the buyer are effective from 1 March 2020 and are made to the nominated referrer at the time of their initial visit.
If a son did all the research and brought his mum in – he is entitled to the $1500 fee as it is his mum?
Yes they are. The payment would be made once his mother’s home settles.
Can my local Country Women’s Association or bowls club who referred a customer to Halcyon get a referral payment? And how much do they receive?
Yes, they can. They would receive $1,500 on the settlement for referring a customer to Halcyon.
Does the charity or cause, need to be registered with the ATO (Australian Taxation Office)?
Halcyon has five recommended charities from which to choose or referrers can nominate another charity or cause of the choice. The entity needs to be a legitimate cause or association. The entity does not need to be a registered charity of the Australian Charities and Not For Profits Commission. The charity or cause needs to be a valid and legitimate cause or association.