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NLV claims to have 3,000 residents across eight communities.

Sydney investor buys National Lifestyle Villages

Sydney-based investor Rob Nichols has teamed up with Singapore-based investment fund GIC to buy the assets of Perth company National Lifestyle Villages following a review led by Sirona Capital director Kelvin Flynn, who has run NLV since October last year.

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In would like to know if the new owners of National Lifestyle Villages in WA are planning to reduce the price of their homes in order to make them more affordable for single pensioners. I am a 67-year-old female pensioner looking to buy a home in Tuart Lakes NLV. The prices there are very dear and even the display homes that are two years old are around the $350,000 mark for a two-bedroom home. I think that is exorbitant given that they are kit homes and not brick and tile. The smaller one-bedroom homes are so tiny that I would never be able to have my family or grandchildren over to stay. That is a huge consideration as one gets older and can lead to extreme isolation from family members. Please NLV, consider the price of the homes and make them more affordable to single pensioners who are looking for security and companionship. We are not as well off as the self-funded retirees with their boats and caravans who only spend a fraction of their time in the villages because they are always travelling.

Kaye,check out Champion Lakes lifestyle village.

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