Mirvac’s rental revolution

In Australia, housing affordability is an ongoing challenge – and at Mirvac, one of the ways we’re addressing this issue is through Build to Rent. While it’s a relatively new concept in Australia, the Build to Rent model is successful in many overseas markets, and we’re excited to lead this here at home.

Essentially, Build to Rent will see us developing and managing residential communities in sought-after city locations. As both the builder and landlord, we’re able to deliver a completely new property experience; one that’s designed to remove the downsides that typically come with renting.

Introducing LIV

LIV is designed and built entirely for renters. We are aiming to offer renters in Australia a new way of living that’s flexible, secure and community focused.   As we say to customers, “It’s a new way of renting that feels nothing like renting.”

Our first property, LIV Indigo, in Sydney Olympic Park has opened its doors to our first residents and we’ve got an exciting pipeline of additional locations coming online soon.

While each LIV community will be unique to their location, they’re also united by common characteristics:

  • Secure lease terms. Renters have a choice of duration, can add parking or storage, and even agree to pet-friendly terms.
  • Rent reassurance. Annual rental increases will be capped.
  • Shared amenities. Residents have access to free fitness facilities, gardens and there are resident activities and an events program to suit everyone.
  • Sustainable living. LIV communities have a host of features to reduce emissions – from LED lighting and energy efficient appliances, to solar PV systems, water-efficient fixtures and smart waste management.
  • Handy inclusions. Maintenance services and whitegoods come as part and parcel of each lease, and residents can even opt to have internet and utility connections taken care of prior to moving in.

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