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The graph below show the projected number of people reaching 65 in WA by 2027. This means that with more and more people looking for retirement options, it makes sense to start looking for lifestyle options early. For many Western Australians, releasing money tied up in the family home is key in living a wonderful life and in 2017, buying an National Lifestyle Villages Home and Lifestyle Package presents a better equity release than ever before.Enquire Now
Over the last 15 years, resale values of NLV homes have tracked closely to normal real estate and NLV home owners have realised good returns on their investment.
With the growing Baby Boomer population, Lifestyle Villages are gaining popularity and we anticipate that over the next 20 years our Villages will continue to become an increasingly sought after option.
Though some of our communities are sold out, it is possible to buy an established home and lifestyle package, and just like normal real estate, the usual laws of supply and demand apply.
Cost Comparison*Stamp Duty rates applicable in Western Australia.
**Estimated weekly cost of living in the suburbs.
***Cost of weekly outgoings (p.a.) based on $161.50 single weekly rental fee.
****Centrelink Rent Assistance available to those who qualify.
Figures based on Centrelink rates, October 2016. Please ask a sales consultant for more details. Figures correct at time of printing, October 2016.
"I have been the coordinator of the Grubby Gardeners at Bridgewater Lifestyle Village for the past five years"
I have been the coordinator of the Grubby Gardeners at Bridgewater Lifestyle Village for the past five years. I love to garden and in particular, growing vegetables. To me this provides food for the soul, relaxation and the opportunity to be involved with like-minded Lifestylers out in the open air and lovely surroundings with lots of laughter and friendship.
My first involvement in the village’s gardening group was in the middle of 2007 after moving to the village in October 2006. My husband had gone back to full-time work and with time on my hands and
a lifetime interest in gardening and food it was inevitable that I became involved in what was then just a small group that had been allocated a plot on the back fence of the village in which to grow vegetables.
Unfortunately over the next couple of years, and as the village began to grow, we were forced to shift a couple of times before ultimately ending up pretty much back where we began. This all took its toll on the output from the garden but in early 2010 we were settled at last and are now able to pay our way so to speak.
"Mal and Jo have never been in better shape"
Mal and Jo
Mal and Jo
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