Information for SDA residents about how the resident and provider can extend the lease agreement.
Explains ways retirement village residents in Victoria can have a say, including making and changing rules, committees and AGM, voting proxies, powers of attorney.
Fees and charges when leaving a retirement village, including deferred fees, departure fees, exit fees and capital gains.
Information on housing for people with extreme functional impairment or very high support needs.
Explains how certain organisations can help retirement village residents in Victoria and provides their contact details.
Information for consumers about choosing builders, tradespeople, building lawyers, consultants, surveyors and other building practitioners.
Explains what bond replacement products are and how they work, and advises renters to be cautious about them.
Information on renters getting bond back, rental providers claiming bond at the end of a rental agreement and how long bond refunds take in Victoria.
Rental providers (landlords) can only ask for extra bond in a long-term rental agreement, or when renters make changes to a property.
The Domestic Building Consumer Guide is the contract information statement required by section 29A of the Domestic Building Contracts Act 1995.