Find your new HME
We'll explain what retirement villages are and how they work.
Take time to select your retirement village. Visit several so that you can appreciate the different options you have.
Download and print the checklist below to help you make the best decision. There are many things to consider here. The list however is not exhaustive.
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1 week ago - Auckland , Orewa
Now available a stunning apartment with an ensuite bathroom in the master bedroom and door to the balcony overlooking the garden. The open plan living area is spacious and ready for a new owner. The unit has an extra bedroom for when guests come to stay and a separate main bathroom. This is a delightful apartment in the beautiful and friendly Maygrove Village. Call Ranee 021 636 290 to view
3 weeks ago - Paraparaumu
THERE'S MORE TO COME AT A METLIFECARE VILLAGE There’s a generation of New Zealanders who have known all along that to make is not just fun but meaningful. These are the people who are enjoying life and continuing to make and create in their homes, garages and workshops, in vibrant places like Metlifecare retirement villages. Here’s a sweet story of how a group of residents at Metlifecare’s The Orchards village became high-tech bakers! https://youtu.be/GcB0dzuqtEc
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1 day ago
‘Care apartments’, also sometimes known as care suites, residential care suites, care in a village and serviced apartments are a relatively new type of service. Care apartments allow people who reside in them to live independently with the knowledge that if or when they need to access a higher level of care (i.e. rest home …
6 days ago
Villages are increasingly popular options for those looking for ‘age friendly homes and lifestyles”. There are a number of things you should consider when deciding to move into a retirement village. Your initial investigations should include checking if the village is registered (you can check this on www.retirementvillages.govt.nz)? Does it belong to the Retirement Villages …