New Year’s Resolutions Trigger Downsizing Enquiries
A combination of changes to pensions from January 1 and New Year’s resolutions is triggering enquiries to Logan over 50s communities from locals looking to downsize in 2017, according to Ingenia Lifestyle Project Sales Manager Sharon Manson.
Ms Manson said she had noticed a spike in the number of enquiries in recent weeks at Ingenia Lifestyle Bethania as people began to kick their New Year’s resolutions into gear and consider downsizing to a home of a more manageable size.
“The pension changes are also forcing some to consider new housing options and pursue a lifestyle based on independence, health and wellbeing,” Ms Manson said.
“Our village at Bethania, with its innovative land lease model, provides the perfect alternative for prospective homebuyers, particularly with the launch of new home designs and new floor plans open for inspection this year.”
Ms Manson said much of the demand felt by the community had been from those over 50 looking for a different lifestyle, and is inviting the community to inspect what was on offer.
Ingenia Lifestyle Bethania will be open to the public on Saturday, February 4 at 10am to 2pm, and will reveal new homes and floors plans with more choices to create and personalise their new home.
“Ingenia Lifestyle Bethania has been expanding at a rapid pace, heeding the demand from the local over 50s,” Ms Manson said.
“We’ve thrown open the doors for people to see how the new home designs have evolved and give them a chance to take into consideration a number of standout functional spaces available, like the larger walk-in-wardrobes.
“So whether you’re ready now or just starting to research your downsizing options, the open day is a great way to learn what’s out there and, you never know, maybe even reserve your favourite home site.
“With brand new homes starting from just $299,000 now really is the time to put those New Year’s resolutions into place.”
Local Logan businesses, associations, and service providers will join children’s charity Variety Qld on site throughout the open day, helping to raise funds while providing invaluable information for over 50s.
Those in attendance will have a chance to win Variety’s $5,200 tinnie and trailer package, proudly donated by Ingenia Lifestyle, or a cruise valued at $5,000. Ingenia Lifestyle will also be presenting the 2016 cruise competition winner who was drawn at random from a promotion held last year. The lucky winner was a couple form Boronia Heights who are being presented with the prize as part of the formalities at the open day event.
For more information Open Day or the new home designs please contact Sharon Manson on 0448 165 524.