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What is a Deferred Management Fee?

Written by Lindsay Harrison
on April 15, 2021

The deferred management fee is your contribution to the refurbishment and management of the retirement village. It is charged on an “enjoy now, pay later” basis, and is deducted when your capital sum is repaid to you.

If you’ve considered moving into a retirement village you’ve no doubt come across the term ‘deferred management fee’, or DMF, but it’s important to understand what it means in the context of your unique personal circumstances.  

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