Seachange resorts offer a unique, secure, low maintenance lifestyle for those who want to downsize without compromise. Seachange resorts are a true community of like-minded residents with first class recreational facilities that allow people to explore their passions and love the way they live.
The homes at Seachange Lifestyle Resorts are sold under the Manufactured Homes Act 2003. Under this legislation you own your own home and enter into a Site Agreement with Seachange. There are two documents you are required to sign. The first is a contract for the purchase of a home. The second is a Site Agreement that provides you a perpetual right to occupy a site that your home is positioned on.
No. All capital gains are 100% yours to keep. Unlike retirement villages, there ar eno deferred management fees or exit fees.
Yes. Seachange Lifestyle Resorts are fitted with intercoms, discreet security cameras and security access to the main and other ancillary gates. Seachange homes are secure, combining intercoms, telephones and electronic remote control garages.
Yes. Seachange recognises that owning a pet is an essential requirement for many Home Owners. There is a pet approval process based on the best interests of the community and your needs.
No. To ensure the integrity of our communities, we only allow homes to be owner occupied.
Each Seachange Resort is unique and master planned to best suit the location. Typically our resorts include features such as pools, gymnasiums, art and craft rooms, workshop, library, cinemas, community gardens, tennis court, Bowling Green, BBQs and ample entertaining spaces. The recreational facilities are all put in pace to ensure that our home owners have everything that they need to enjoy the retirement that they deserve.
The primary access for the resort is planned to be off Cleveland – Redland Bay Road at Anita Street. In the future, the current trucking yard will discontinue operating when the site is developed by Seachange. We understand the concerns from the community around traffic on Cleveland-Redland Bay Road but we are working with the State Government and Council to fit into the planned upgrade of Anita Street. Our residents typically undertake much less trips per day than a normal family home. A second access point for the site has been nominated on Double Jump Road, further reducing traffic movements onto Cleveland-Redland Bay Road. The Anita Street entry will benefit from $5 million budget commitment by the State Government for signalising and upgrading the Cleveland-Redland Bay Road and Anita Street intersection, with construction expected to start in the 2019–20 financial year. Other factors that also help us to reduce our road congestion include a community bus for our residents, whether it be for shopping outings or entertainment and pedestrian access for our residents to easily reach the Double Jump Road bus stop.