FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is it freehold title?
Anchorage is freehold allowing you to sell at any time. (Community title)
Body Corporate Fees
Body Corporate fees are approximately $ 50 to $ 65 per week. They include day to day maintenance, administration, sinking fund (fund for future costs) and building, common areas and public liability insurance.
Council Rates are approximately $2500 per annum
What other costs will I have with my apartment?
Electricity, Water usage, gas, contents insurance and internet will be your responsibility.
Can I purchase as an investment?
Anchorage is FRIB approved, there is onsite management to assist with renting of your apartment. Electricity and hot water are metered for each apartment. Depreciation schedule samples are available. Apartments are designed for low maintenance.
Will the Anchorage have NBN?
Yes, it is available now.
What services are available on the balcony?
Balconies will include a water tap with drainage, weatherproof power, and a gas cock for the BBQ.
What standards has the Anchorage been built to?
The project has been designed to meet Australian Building Codes with its requirements for glazing, ceiling relevant to traffic noise and wheel chair access. Dividing walls will be RW50 impact in Accordance with the BCA for internal noise between units. Fire detection is in accordance with the relevant building codes and the apartments have residential smoke alarms and the front door is a fire rated door.
How do I purchase in Anchorage Apartments?
Stage 3 has commenced construction with the completion date approximately December 2018. Stages 4 and 5 to be released soon you will be purchasing off the plan. There is a fully furnished apartment available, viewing is from 10am to 4pm 7 days a week where you can see the quality, finishes and colour scheme. Stages 1 and 2 are completed and occupied. An initial deposit is required to hold the apartment for you while paper work is prepared for signing. A 10 % deposit is taken (incorporates the initial holding deposit) which is held in a trust fund. No other payment is required until after completion. The contract and disclosure statement set out all the relevant details which your solicitor will be able to advise on.