RAAFA is set to expand its facilities, having finalised the acquisition of an existing retirement village in Rockingham.
Challenger Court is a small retirement village consisting of 50 one-bedroom units which has been successfully purchased after lengthy consultation with the City of Rockingham.
The acquisition reflects a continued investment in the West Australian retirement sector and one that reflects our goal to create vibrant communities, where residents can connect with one another and live the life they choose.
John Murray, CEO, says the purchase represents RAAFA's desire to provide quality accommodation options and an enviable lifestyle to support the increased independence, mobility and security of older West Australians.
"After working closely with City of Rockingham for many months, RAAFA is delighted to have been successful as the chosen provider of Challenger Court," John says.
"We are very excited by this purchase and to have the opportunity to include RAAFA Challenger Court in our family of estates."
We are at the start of a transition process for RAAFA Challenger Court and if you have any questions please contact Sandy Komen during business hours on 0490 424 703.