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Ingenia Lifestyle Lara is emerging as a sought-after location for Victorians looking to downsize and reap the financial rewards of the land lease ownership model.
To cater to the growing demand for affordable, lifestyle living options, project sales manager Kerri Hughes said the launch of the community’s brand-new display village included a selection of homes designed for singles, couples and those who required extra space after downsizing.
“By providing buyers with a range of options, downsizers can select their new home based on their individual and lifestyle needs with the advantage of living in a brand-new home with no stamp duty, exit fees or council rates,” Kerri said.
When Ingenia Lifestyle Lara resident Dianne Johnson embarked on making plans for her future, she decided to downsize to a community where there was more transparency in the agreement and it would not put a strain on her financial security.
“Purchasing a home at Ingenia Lifestyle was made so much easier knowing that I didn’t have to pay any stamp duty and there were no hidden fees.
“Realising that I could actually afford a brand-new home was a huge relief for me financially. I think that’s why I bought so quickly.
“The community in Lara is just lovely, our location has the quietness of the country with the convenience of the city provided by easy access to Geelong and Melbourne,” Dianne said.
To visit Ingenia Lifestyle Lara’s display village contact project sales manager, Kerri Hughes on 0491 229 257 or go to www.liveinlara.com.au.

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