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The age that you need to be to enter a Retirement Village in New Zealand varies by village. Find out more on Retirement Villages https://www.eldernet.co.nz/retirement-villages we have every village in New Zealand listed by region.
The DMF is an amount you pay when you leave a village, rather than when you join . The figure is defined in your contract. The deferred management fee is a delayed (and deducted) payment you (or your estate) make on exiting the village. It is to cover the cost...
The following example shows how the DMF is worked out and how it affects the final payout. Example – Mr C Mr C chose a unit in a village near to his old home. He did his homework which included: Using the village checklist Visiting several villages Talking to key...
Retirement village residents with a Licence to Occupy are eligible for the Government’s full Rates Rebate if they meet the income criteria. The new threshold amounts are set every year in mid-June. You will find more information on rates rebates in retirement villages in New Zealand here. An application for...