With community living having many advantages, an increasing number of families are looking to living arrangements with common property as a place to make their home. This brief guide will help you better understand strata and children, especially when it comes to buying or moving in when you have kids or are planning for them.
By discussing these topics and explaining what they are, how they affect you, and addressing the common misconceptions around each topic, we aim to provide you with the tools to enhance livability, certainty, and harmony within Australia’s community living landscape.
When deciding to make community living part of your next family home, there are preliminary checks and basic information potential parental and guardian buyers should know and find out. See five things all family buyers should check before moving into a strata property.
Asking other owners or residents that have children also living in the strata property will give you honest and unique insights about how child-friendly a property is. Here are eight questions that can give you a better idea of how suitable a strata property is for children.
If you’re looking to rent or buy with kids, a worthwhile consideration is how close are the services we need throughout life. It can be worth asking yourself, and finding out if you’ll be close to these six key facilities and services.