How many residents think the DMF is unreasonable?

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37% according to the 10,600 residents who completed the McCrindle Baynes Village Census. At the same time 97% said the ‘purchasing’ model and financial arrangement were ‘reasonable’ to ‘very suitable’ to them when they joined the village. 89% said the contract was ‘fairly well’ to ‘very well’ explained to them when they joined. The DMF becomes a psychological problem as they come under financial stress over time in the village. For more information on the census email info@villages.com.au

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