Brand new display precinct unveiled at Lake Conjola

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Ingenia Lifestyle Lake Conjola have recently unveiled their new display precinct on the highly sought-after NSW South Coast.

Catering to the growing demand for affordable, lifestyle living options for downsizers, the community welcomed over 100 guests to view their five stylish designs and relaxing surrounds.

Ingenia Lifestyle Lake Conjola Project Sales Manager Catherine Brasier that the opening was well received and with homes starting from $325,500 proving to be a big hit with many seniors looking to improve their lifestyle.

“Downsizing and freeing up their home equity with a simple to understand ownership model were the top motivators for many of our residents,” Ms Brasier said.

“The simple and transparent land lease ownership model means there are no exit or deferred management fees, no stamp duty to pay and no body corporate or strata fees.

“The single weekly site fee gives our residents confidence in knowing there’s no surprises.

“Many people who choose to live in our community are also able to access rental assistance, which is another added comfort each fortnight.

Studies from the Australian Housing and Research Institute[1] show 90 per cent of seniors who downsized were happier, in large part due to the layout and design of more manageable homes.

Ms Brasier said Ingenia Lifestyle homes were designed specifically to improve the lifestyle of downsizers looking to lock and leave.

“Our first residents are already achieving the next step in their downsizing dream by freeing up more of their money to live in a new home, lock up to leave on holidays, upgrade their car or buy a new boat where they can enjoy more time fishing and relaxing in the beautiful surrounds of Lake Conjola.”

For a tour of the Display Village please contact Catherine Brasier on 0459 995 919 or visit www.liveinlakeconjola.com.au for more information.

[1] Australian Housing and Research Institute – Downsizing amongst Older Australians Report, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/214