Notes on Upgrading to Feastudy 11

Please note: If your subscription to our Feastudy Maintenance and Support Service for Feastudy for PC has expired, you will not be able to upgrade from Feastudy 10 to Feastudy 11 and use the latter program in licensed mode. Please contact us if you wish to discuss this.

We strongly suggest that you only use the following instructions for installing Feastudy 11 as an Upgrade if your subscription to our Feastudy Maintenance and Support Service for Feastudy for PC is current.

If Feastudy 10 is currently installed on your PC, then undertake the following steps:

  1. Click on the above Download Feastudy 11.6 for PC button to download the new Feastudy 11 installer and then save the installer file, Feastudy11Setup.exe, to the folder of your choice.
  2. When it is downloaded, close all other programs that are open at that point; then left double-click on the Feastudy11Setup.exe file in File Explorer or Windows Explorer or My Computer to begin the program installation process.
If Feastudy 10 is NOT currently installed on your PC, then undertake the two steps mentioned immediately above and then put Feastudy 11 into licensed mode by copying and pasting your Activation Key into the Activation Key field of the Licensing Information window of the program and then clicking the Activate button.

Notes on Updating Feastudy 11

If you have already installed and activated Feastudy 11 in licensed mode, then click on the Download Feastudy 11.6 button below to download the new Feastudy 11.6 installer and then save the file, Feastudy11Setup.exe, to the folder of your choice. When it is downloaded, close all other programs that are open at that point; then left double-click on the file in File Explorer or Windows Explorer or My Computer to begin the program installation process.

(You do not need to uninstall the older version of Feastudy 11 if you choose again the same location for Update 11.6's installation. In such a case, Update 11.6 will be installed over your current program installation.)

v11.6 - released 18/07/2024

The three most important bug fixes that are contained in Update 11.6 are described as follows:


v11.5 - released 23/08/2023

Just one significant change has been made to Feastudy 11 (for PC) in Update 11.5 and it is an enhancement which provides a new database of suggested 2023-2024 scales for Stamp Duty on Transfer and Mortgage, Council Rates, Water & Sewer Rates and Land Tax for each Australian capital city, based on data obtained by Devfeas Pty Ltd for these charges from the relevant authorities in August 2023.


v11.4 - released 11/07/2023

There is one bug fix that has been made to Feastudy 11 (for PC) in Update 11.4 and it is described as follows:

In the previous version of Feastudy Professional (Update 11.3), a bug was inadvertently introduced into the program that causes exports to CSV file for the portrait and landscape versions of the Categorised Cashflow report and the Itemised Costs Cashflow report to incorrectly NOT display the first (labels/descriptions) column of these reports. This bug has been fixed in Update 11.4 so that, whenever either or both of the said two reports are exported to a CSV file, the said labels/descriptions are correctly displayed in the resultant export file.


v11.3 - released 14/06/2023

The three significant enhancements and one bug fix that have been made to Feastudy 11 (for PC) in Update 11.3 are described as follows:


v11.2 - released 17/08/2022

The most significant changes that have been made to Feastudy 11 (for PC) in Update 11.2 are described as follows:


v11.1 - released 07/07/2022

The most significant changes that have been made to Feastudy 11 (for PC) in Update 11.1 are described as follows:


v11.0 - released 15/11/2021

Two significant changes have been made in the upgrade Feastudy 11.0 (for PC) and these are described as follows:


v10.3 - released 30/08/2021

Two significant changes have been made to Feastudy 10 (for PC) in Update 10.3 and these are described as follows:


v10.2 - released 01/06/2021

Two significant changes have been made to Feastudy 10 (for PC) in Update 10.2 and these are described as follows:

v10.1 - released 16/09/2020

Just one significant change has been made to Feastudy 10 (for PC) in Update 10.1 and it is an enhancement which provides a new database of suggested 2020-2021 scales for Stamp Duty on Transfer and Mortgage, Council Rates, Water & Sewer Rates and Land Tax for each Australian capital city, based on data obtained by Devfeas Pty Ltd for these charges from the relevant authorities in August 2020.

v10.0 - released 30/07/2020

Feastudy 10 (for PC) is a major upgrade version of Feastudy for PC and the most significant enhancements in this upgrade are described as follows:

v9.5 - released 06/04/2020

Only bug-fixes have been made to Feastudy 9 (for PC) in Update 9.5. We believe the most significant bugs that are fixed in this update relate to the program’s calculations, and these bugs and their fixes are described as follows:

v9.4 - released 17/10/2019

One significant bug-fix has been made to Feastudy 9 (for PC) in Update 9.4 and it concerns a correction to Feastudy 9’s data base of the default (suggested) 2019-2020 scale for Stamp Duty on Transfer for the capital city, “Sydney”. In Update 9.3, when the following is entered in the Development/Investment Identification window of a feasibility file:

the fifth bracket for the “Up to and including” column of the Stamp Duty on Transfer scale for Sydney (as suggested by Devfeas Pty Ltd) is incorrectly given as $10,130,000 when it was intended to be $1,013,000. (The fix for this bug in Update 9.4 is that $1,013,000 is the default/suggested amount for the said fifth bracket.)

v9.3 - released 27/08/2019

Two significant enhancements have been made to Feastudy 9 (for PC) in Update 9.3. The enhancements are:

v9.2 - released 21/06/2019

Only one significant bug fix (correction) has been made to Feastudy 9 (for PC) in Update 9.2. The bug concerns calculation errors in the program’s cashflow reports when:

(The fix for this bug in Update 9.2 ensures that the program’s calculations for “Annual” cashflow reports are correct.)

v9.1 - released 29/10/2018

The only significant change made to Feastudy 9 (for PC) in Update 9.1 concerns one bug (error) fix. For certain development scenarios (data sets in files), selecting either the Construction Period Variations report or the Sell-On Period Variations report for display or print preview causes Feastudy 9.0 to crash, i.e. the program needs to be restarted to function again. (The fix for this bug in Update 9.1 ensures that the program does not crash when the said reports are selected for display or print preview for any scenarios.)

v9.0 - released 1/10/2018

The improvements made to Feastudy 9 (for PC) in the release version of the program include two significant enhancements and they are described as follows:

  1. In accord with the Australian “GST at Settlement” laws enacted in 2018, Feastudy 9 assumes that, at the settlement of each purchase of a “new Residential property” from a GST-registered developer, the purchaser must remit to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) either: seven (7%) of the purchase price of that property if the Margin Scheme (MS) applies to the transaction; or all of the GST that applies to the purchase price of that property if the Full Taxation (FT) method of GST applies to the transaction. For the purposes of Feastudy 9: “new Residential property” is one or more new residential allotments; or one or more new residences; and “GST at Settlement” is only paid for a Sell-On Income item when a check is entered in the check box for the question, “Is this item for new Residential property?”, for that Sell-On Income item. In the case of MS-taxed Sell-On Income items for “new Residential property,” if 7% of the value of such items is too high or too low for the purposes of the overall amount of GST that needs to be remitted to the ATO for the MS-taxed Sell-On Income, the program makes appropriate credit or debit adjustments at the relevant Business Activity Statement intervals. (The 2018 Australian “GST at Settlement” laws do not actually require a change in the overall [net] amount of GST that should be paid for a development’s GST-taxed development sales but they do require a change in the timing of the payment of GST cashflows that are relevant to “new Residential property.”) For a Development file, Feastudy 9 assumes that, when “the MS is to be applied” and "no Sell-On Income is MS taxed” are entered in the GST Settings window, all Sell-On Income items for the file are for “new Residential property.”
  2. A new data base of suggested 2018-2019 scales for Stamp Duty on Transfer and Mortgage, Council Rates, Water & Sewer Rates and Land Tax for each Australian capital city, based on data obtained by Devfeas Pty Ltd for these charges from the relevant authorities in September 2018, is included in Feastudy 9.