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With an abundance of sunshine, a quiet town and some of the best beaches in the country, there’s a reason Gisborne is growing in popularity as a great place to retire.
There are five retirement villages in Gisborne, and you’ll find some of the bigger names such as Ryman Healthcare, as well as locally owned and operated villages such as Beetham. Whether you are looking for fully independent living or somewhere with assisted living options, Gisborne has something for everybody.
The cost to purchase a licence to occupy for a home within a retirement village depends on a few factors. For instance, the kind of home you’d like to live in, the location, and the facilities and services provided by the village.
Retirement villages in Gisborne cater for various budgets depending on the village and home you choose. For a better understanding of the payment structure, head over to our article on the costs of living in a retirement village.
There’s a lot to think about when you start looking for a retirement village. Whether it’s for yourself or for a loved one, the process brings up questions for everyone.
For answers to some of the most common queries, please read our retirement village FAQs, which covers topics like contracts, property types and deferred management fees.
Retirement villages are not one-size-fits-all. Gisborne has a range of independent living, assisted living and residential care options available. To see what’s available in residential care, use our Gisborne Rest Home search pages.
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