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Free community seminar: Thinking of living in a retirement village

Wednesday, August 02, 2017   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: seminar, older people, housing

An New Zealand example of a retirement village complex.The Commission for Financial Capability is holding a FREE community seminar in Christchurch. This seminar is for retirees and anyone who may be thinking of living in a retirement village (and their family members).

Retirement village living is growing in popularity but there is an increasing range of products available. The Commission wants to help people make the decision whether village living is for them or not, and help people get it right first time.

This seminar will discuss personal circumstances, legal issues and financial implications and suggest practical tips and questions to ask an operator and your lawyer before signing up. This is not a marketing event!

Date and Time: Wednesday 30th August 2017, from 10.30am. Light refreshments will be available on arrival.
Location: Hornby Working Men’s Club (17 Carmen Road, Hornby).

Register online to attend this free seminar on retirement village living. You can also register by calling 0800 268 269. Seats are limited so early registration is encouraged.

The numbers of 75+ year olds likely to choose retirement village living will likely treble over the next 20 years. Currently around 12.4 percent of over 75+ folks - around 38,000 people - live in the nearly 400 registered retirement villages around the country.

Find out more about this free seminar on retirement village living from the Commission for Financial Capability.

The Commission for Financial Capability is a crown agency and they know people strongly appreciate our neutrality. The Commission recognises villages are one future accommodation option that retiring folk may be considering.

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