Downsize, start ticking off bucket list

Downsize, start ticking off bucket list

As house prices begin to peak, cash-poor downsizers have an opportunity to unlock their existing home equity and improve their lifestyle.

If downsizing the family home is on your bucket list, there’s incentive to keep progressing with that goal with new homes now available at over 50s lifestyle community Freshwater by Ingenia Lifestyle at Burpengary.

Community Sales Manager at Freshwater, Rebecca Carlow says the lifestyle community is giving new clients the next stepping stone to achieving their downsizing dream.

“I love asking my clients the question, ‘what would you do with the extra cash in the bank?’ Head away on a holiday? Upgrade your car? Go on a shopping spree? Buy a boat or caravan?” Ms Carlow says.

Affordable retirement living

She says Ingenia Lifestyle has a real understanding of how to improve the lifestyle of downsizers, with the land lease ownership model allowing purchasers to own a new home at a more affordable price, giving them the opportunity to free up their money.

“The very simple and transparent land lease ownership model means there are no exit/DMF fees, there’s no stamp duty to pay and no body corporate or strata fees,” Ms Carlow says.

“With just one weekly site fee to cover, our buyers have more confidence in knowing there’s no surprises.

“Downsizers also have a lot more time to enjoy their new lifestyle with less cleaning and maintenance on their homes so they can start their next exciting chapter in life.”

Living in an Ingenia Lifestyle community is all about getting the most out of life, being active, and maintaining independence and wellbeing.

New homes selling from $382,000.

Visit liveinfreshwater.com.au or phone 3495 0192

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