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|"Everything is kept neat and tidy. My unit is comfortable and quiet."
"I love the quiet, peaceful surroungings - and there is no through traffic!"
|Updated: 20 Mar 2012|
|One bedroom units|
|Details||Sunny, private one-bedroom units in a small complex adjacent rural land. Sorry, no pets.|
|Two bedroom unit|
|Details||The village has one two-bedroom unit. Kauri Court Masonic Village is a small complex, set at the end of a small cul-de-sac in a great location. Sorry, no pets are allowed.|
|Updated: 31 Oct 2017|
|What rental covers||Lawn mowing and water is included in the rental of $150 pw for single person.|
|Eligibility Criteria||Tenants must generally be 65 years of age or older. Access to these facilities is open to all Northlanders, be they Masons or non-Masons.|
|Garden Maintenance||Lawns and shared gardens are maintained by the Trust. Tenants look after their own gardens, beside their Units.|
|Updated: 24 May 2016|
|Kauri Court Masonic Village is situated in a warm, sunny location. This small village is on flat land and handy to the Dargaville town centre and other local amenities. Perfect for those who like peace and quiet.
Kauri Court Masonic Village is run by the Northland District Masonic Trust. The Trust also has a Village in Hokianga Rd, Dargaville, for those who would like to buy under an Occupational Rights Agreement. See www.northlandmasonictrust.co.nz for more information.
As a charity, the Trust makes several favourable concessions from the normal industry standards, especially with respect to Occupational Rights Units. (ORA)
For example, The Trust guarantees that it will purchase a departing ORA Resident’s interest in their Unit within an agreed timeframe.
Furthermore, the ORA Weekly Levy stops at the end of the two month Notice Period (where applicable) even if the Unit is not yet on-sold and continues to be vacant.
These two points are significant because they bring clarity and certainty to the financial obligations of residents, especially when they leave.
In addition, any operating surplus made by the Trust is reinvested into the Villages as opposed to paid out in dividends to shareholders.
The Trust endeavours to provide peace of mind, space and security, and its strong history in the retirement village industry allows residents to have trust in the manner in which their agreement will be honoured.
|Updated: 11 Apr 2017|
|Credentials & Membership||Status||Details|
|Registered Retirement Village?||Yes|
|Retirement Villages Association of New Zealand [Inc] (RVA)||Yes|
|Updated: 11 Apr 2017|