Rental Units

This type of unit is the most affordable in our range.

You pay a weekly rent, and in addition, you may pay a small non-refundable contribution when you move in.

We will discuss your financial circumstances with you to determine your ability to pay the ingoing contribution. In some cases, it may be possible to pay this as an additional weekly rent.

The operating rent is payable two weeks in advance and paid by direct debit each fortnight.

Six Amana Living retirement villages in Perth metro and Kalgoorlie include rental units. Explore them in this section of the website, or call us to find out more: 1300 26 26 26.

A number of the Amana Living villages have units available for rent.

To be eligible to rent these units you must be over 55 years old and your net assets must be under $300,000.

For further information please contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 26 26 26.

The rent price varies for the different types of units in the different villages.

Please click on the pricing tab in the individual villages to see the different costs. The resident covers the utility costs for their unit. For further details please contact our Customer Service Centre on 1300 26 26 26.

What style of housing does Amana Living offer?

Amana Living offers three types of housing for over-55s:

  • Lease-for-life: you purchase an exclusive lease and pay operating and management fees
  • Bonded units: you pay a contribution when you move in, which is partially refundable when you leave
  • Rental units: you pay a weekly rent and, in some cases, a small, non-refundable ingoing contribution

How much will it cost me?

The lease prices for units in our lease-for-life villages are based on current market conditions. In addition, a modest weekly operating fee is charged to cover the cost of external maintenance and shared facilities. When residents leave the village, a deferred management fee is deducted from the sale, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of refurbishment. This fee is based on 3% of the sale price for every year you lease the unit, capped at 10 years.

When you move into bonded accommodation, you pay an ingoing contribution. Part of this amount is refunded when you leave. The contribution and refund vary from village to village. Rental prices vary for the different types of units and from village to villages.

For both bonded and rental units, you pay a daily operating fee to cover external maintenance, gardening and other operating costs. Residents also cover the utility costs for their unit. 

Please click on the pricing tab for individual villages for more detailed information. 

Why would I choose Amana Living housing?

Our housing is designed for people living the second half of life. This means peace of mind, a great lifestyle and financial security.

We provide the services that help you stay in your Amana Living home as your needs change. You get to live alongside like-minded people, without the daily worries of home maintenance and gardening, enjoying shared amenities for socialising and keeping active. Pets are welcome too.

How can I find the housing that’s right for me?

When you choose a home, you’re choosing a way of life that will be meaningful to you and reflect your individual lifestyle. We want to help you find the right home in the right location, with the support and surroundings you want.

Use our interactive map to browse our locations and go to the menu links for further information on each centre.

Can I talk to someone about Amana Living housing?

We welcome phone enquiries. We won’t give you the ‘hard sell’. We’re here to guide you as to the best options for you. Call 1300 26 26 26 and talk to our friendly Customer Service Centre staff.

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