Fletcher launches retirement accommodation business

Fletcher launches retirement accommodation business
The new retirement business will share capital gains with residents. (Image: supplied)
Jenny Ruth
Fletcher Building said it is launching a new business called Vivid Living to provide a new form of retirement living to New Zealand.Vivid Living's first homes will be built at Waiata Shores and Red Beach in Auckland and will be available for customers to view and sign up from March next year."Established as a fresh, new way to approach retirement, Vivid Living is designed for residents aged 70-plus to continue to live in an independent home, supported by in-home healthcare options, which can be tailored to their individual needs and ac...

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