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Retirement villages often provide luxury living later in life and offer a range of property types including, homes, bungalows, apartments and flats.

Retirement will look different for us all and it's important to consider all of your options when looking for retirement housing, including retirement communities and sheltered housing.

To help you find the best later living village to fit your lifestyle we’ve created helpful retirement living guides covering exactly what a retirement village is, as well as:

The cost of retirement homes

The best rental retirement properties

Deferred management fees

Frequently Asked Questions about Retirement Villages

How much are retirement villages?

The cost of retirement homes vary across the country and is often dependent on the location and type of facilities you'd like your home to have. Luxury retirement villages are usually more expensive as they offer a wide range of leisure facilities and amenities such as health clubs, golf courses, cafes, hair and beauty salons and restaurants on your doorstep.

The overall cost of your new property will also depend on whether you decide to rent or purchase.

What are the advantages of living in a retirement village?

Senior villages offer many health and wellbeing benefits later in life. One of the main advantages of village living is the strong sense of community and opportunities to connect with like minded individuals of a similar age. With onsite social and leisure facilities there's lots of clubs and activities to enjoy and friendships to build.

How do retirement villages work?

Retirement villages are purpose built and offer older adults the benefits of luxury living in a safe and secure environment. You'll continue to live independently and benefit from a low maintenance property.

Are retirement villages a good investment?

Investing in a retirement property is a huge decision. Homes in retirement villages are available to rent or purchase. There may be additional costs associated with your new home such as ground rent and service charges - and these can vary depending on the retirement operator.