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Housing model takes off

“Huge interest in apartment complex that allows you to try before you buy.” Rachel Clayton and Mark Smith for the Moonee Valley Leader.

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Assemble launch their second Kensington project

“Thousands of people have joined the waiting list for a unique apartment complex in Melbourne’s north where people rent first and buy later. It’s so popular, a second project has been launched — here’s how you sign up.” Rachel Clayton and Mark Smith.

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Kris speaks with the Humans of Purpose podcast

Kris Daff, Managing Director of Assemble, spoke with Mike Davis from the Humans of Purpose podcast last week about the Assemble Model. Humans of Purpose focuses on people and organisations creating a positive social impact through their work. Have a listen on your morning commute!

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Abbie talks ‘the culture of living closer together’

Abbie Freestone, our Head of Community at Assemble, recently spoke with Andrew Wood for his ‘Talking Apartments’ podcast about the Assemble Model and ‘the culture of living closer together’. To listen, visit the link below and “as you will hear, she lives and breathes urban communities”.

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Resilient, Connected Communities

“Assemble works for the betterment of our residents’ lives, which in the property development industry, is pretty unique” says Assemble’s Managing Director, Kris Daff.

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The new breed of property developer

“Overall, this approach results in true alignment between residents and Assemble as the property developer and long-term manager of each building,” says Ben Keck, Strategy Director of Assemble.

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Bridging the home ownership gap

“A lot of people in Melbourne have been hurt by the housing market. They may have aspired to home ownership but gave up on that dream because they thought it was out of reach. The Assemble Model proves that dream can be reignited,” says Kris Daff, Managing Director of Assemble.

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Introducing the Assemble Model

“The Assemble Model is the culmination of three years of research, both locally and overseas – and applying these learnings to the Australian context. The model aims to address the fundamental desire for the majority of Australians to own their own home – and is a direct response to multi-level government policies on housing affordability” says Kris Daff, Managing Director of Assemble.

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Renters ready for the Assemble Model in Australia

According to the latest Knight Frank research report ‘Multihousing – Tenant and Investor Survey 2018’, renters are now ready for a build-to-rent sector in Australia. “The survey findings highlight a change of sentiment in Australia away from home ownership and a lean towards renting. It is expected that demand for rented properties in Australia will continue to grow – at the continued expense of those that own their own property outright” says Paul Savitz.

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