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Downsizing demand drives more choice.
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.
Project Sales manager Kerri Hughes says with stage three nearing sell out, the first release of stage four now launched, purchasers seem to be more at ease knowing they don’t have to pay stamp duty or other hidden fees.
“Downsizing to a lifestyle community, where you own the home and lease the land, means there are no government charges, no entry or exit fees and no refurbishment fees.
“You own 100 per cent of the capital growth and after downsizing we see many of our residents now able to enjoy a new lifestyle,” Kerri says.
The brand new display village is now open with a variety of home designs for singles or grey nomads, all the way up to 2 bed + study, 1.5 bath floorplans for those seeking a little more space.
When 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 would not put a strain on her financial security.
“Purchasing a home at Ingenia Lifestyle was made so much easier, and it was a huge relief. I think that’s why I bought so quickly.
“The community is lovely, our location has the quietness of the country with the convenience of the city,” Dianne says.
For more on Ingenia Lifestyle Lara, call Project Sales manager, Kerri Hughes on 0491 229 257 or visit www.liveinlara.com.au

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