Land Lease communities are becoming an alternate for those wishing to find affordable housing.
In a land lease community, you own the home but lease the land where the home sits from the community operator. You pay rent for the right to occupy the site with a manufactured home or a moveable dwelling. Even when a community has a rule that residents must be over a certain age to live there, it is not a retirement village.
There are close to 500 land lease communities in New South Wales, accommodating about 34,000 residents. They offer a variety of services, facilities and financial arrangements.
Some cater only to permanent home owners. Others have a mixture of tourists, tenants and long-term casual occupants. There are also different types of operators within the industry, ranging from large corporations to small family businesses.
Eurobodalla has 18 Residential (Land Lease) Communities.
Do you have a concern that could benefit from access to free legal information about Land Lease Communities?
Join Seniors Rights Service at Moruya Thursday 26 May 10.30am Land Lease Community Information Session Mechanics Institute Moruya, 13 Page Street, Moruya Narooma Friday 27 May 10am
Land Lease Community Information Session
Narooma Youth Café, Field Street