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Relationship Manager

We are looking for a dynamic and experienced Relationship Manager to develop authentic relationships with customers, guiding them through the sales journey – from first enquiry, through to signing contracts.

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Housing gap grows ever wider

As a nation, we are facing unprecedented societal and economic challenges, amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic. The potential likelihood of historically significant levels of unemployment and low wage growth across all sectors, coupled with an overwhelming deficit, has spurred uncertainty across the property market.

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Three ways to make your financial resolutions stick

The beginning of a new year can feel like a great time to set goals, we have a whole year in front of us and we’re ready to start something new. By taking the time to have a break and relax, we regain energy, and it opens our minds to new possibilities. We all love the feeling of a fresh start, but often we create unachievable resolutions that ruin that ‘new year, new you’ feeling before the month of January is up.

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Two important steps in addressing Victoria’s affordable housing deficit

The Victorian government’s budget stimulus announced in November provides significant support for affordable and social housing and illustrates how build to rent can play an important role in addressing the current deficit. We believe every Australian deserves access to an affordable, well-designed home and with over 100,000 people on the public housing waiting list alone, the government’s support is a step in the right direction.

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Gearing for growth with 15 new staff members appointed

We have experienced extensive growth even through our lockdown due to COVID-19, with 15 new staff appointed since March 2020, growing our team to 36. Key appointments have been made across Development, Operations, Marketing & Commitments, Communications, Community Engagement, Partnerships, Finance, Placemaking & Experience, and Publishing divisions.

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Introducing our new Board of Directors

Strengthening our position as innovators in mixed-income housing, we have formed a Board of Directors, with Angela Emslie appointed as Independent Chairperson. Five prominent Australian business leaders with diverse experience spanning property, superannuation, responsible investment, banking, finance, aged care and not-for-profits have been appointed.

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Festive holiday saving tips

We all know this time of year can get a bit expensive, and this year has had its own additional challenges. While the festive season might be the furthest thing from our minds, now is the time to start planning for it. Assemble’s financial coach, Sarah Matzouranis, shares her top 10 tips to help you

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AustralianSuper makes cornerstone investment in Assemble Communities

Australia’s largest superannuation fund has taken a 25 per cent share in the company and will have the opportunity to invest in Assemble Communities’ pipeline of projects. This investment will enable us to grow our innovative ‘rent with the option to buy’ property portfolio, known as the Assemble Model, which addresses housing affordability and access to homeownership. Over time, the investment will support us to deliver build to rent assets.

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Introducing our first partnerships!

Assemble will be offering resident services which are designed to make residents’ lives more convenient, enjoyable and cost effective. Part of these services is our bulk-buying initiatives where we will be partnering with companies to leverage economies of scales within our buildings, in order to offer products and services at a reduced rate to residents. Our goal is to ultimately reduce our residents’ cost of living, so that living in an Assemble apartment is more cost-effective than living elsewhere. 

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Our commitments team are here to help!

Nathan and Dani are here to help! ​Do you have questions about the Assemble Model or 15 Thompson St? ​Our commitments team are here to guide you through the application process and help you find a home to suit your needs.

​Reach out via [email protected] or call us on 0413 059 304 or 0422 150 654 

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