Yes. We welcome pet cats, dogs, birds or fish. For obvious reasons, it is essential that they are well-trained and controlled in line with Council by-laws.
Can I keep my current home care provider?
Yes. It is your right to have the care provider of your choice: you are entitled to continue to use the same care service providers or family support that you currently use.
Do I pay a bond?
Yes. Your bond is equivalent to four weeks’ lease payment.
What lease terms are available?
Six or 12-month leases are available.
How much notice do I need to give if I wish to move out?
We abide by the minimum notice periods for ending a tenancy set out by the Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA). For details, click here.
Can my personal doctor visit the community?
Yes. Seasons communities are not like residential nursing homes. Your apartment is your private residence, and your doctor can make a house call to visit you at any time you choose.
Additionally, at each Seasons Community, there are local doctors who visit regularly and are happy to see new patients.
Is there an approval process to move in to Seasons Flexible Lease community?
Yes. To apply you need to fill in an application for residential tenancy form. Your application is then sent on to be reviewed for approval.
How long is the waitlist to get into a Seasons Flexible Lease apartment?
The length of the waitlist and time you’ll need to wait for an available apartment can vary. When apartments become available, they are offered to those on the waitlist on a first come, first served basis. To have the best chance of securing an apartment, make an enquiry to get on the wait list. You’ll then be contacted when an apartment becomes available and you’re next on the list.
Can I sub lease out my apartment?
No. All tenants need to apply directly to Seasons to be able to lease an apartment.
Am I eligible for rent assistance when I move into a Seasons Flexi lease community?
You will be able to claim rent assistance if you are eligible. You will need to check your eligibility and apply direct through the Department of Human Services.