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Find answers to your questions about living at our Lifestyle Estates in our FAQs.
At Lincoln Place Lifestyle Estate, you own your home and pay a Weekly Site Fee for the land your home occupies.
Eligible homeowners can access Federal Government Rent Assistance towards their Weekly Site Fee. We recommend that you contact your local Government agency to confirm your eligibility.
Because you rent the land on which your home sits, you enjoy the rights and protections afforded by the Residential Tenancies Act (2010).
The Weekly Site Fee includes the lease of the land your home occupies, your access to amenities, and maintenance of common areas. It is paid fortnightly by direct debit.
When you live at a Lincoln Place Lifestyle Estate you will pay your Weekly Site Fee, as well as utilities such as water, telecommunications, and electricity charges. Please read the homeownership guide for information for each specific community.
At any Lifestyle Estate by Lincoln Place, no exit fees apply.
Deferred management fees apply at Officer Lifestyle Estate and Kangaroo Flat Lifestyle Estate. Please contact the relevant New Home Advisor for more information.
It’s your home so of course you can have friends and family to stay.
Your pets are part of your family and are very welcome in our community. All pets must be registered and we ask that you complete a Pet Registration Form with our Community Manager.
Rubbish collections occur weekly for general rubbish and fortnightly for recyclables. Garden rubbish can be removed by calling our Community Management team, who will gladly assist.
Mail is delivered to the community and placed directly into your mailbox.
The beauty of our homes is that they have been designed with low maintenance in mind. Like all homes, there are some regular maintenance tasks we suggest to keep your home in the best possible condition.
If you are purchasing a new home off the plan you can work to customise your home from our range of approved options, subject to availability. You can make any changes inside of your home within the Community Living Guidelines. You may be required to obtain relevant council planning and building approvals. Structural changes or changes to the external colour scheme are not permitted.