Life after Corona

There’s never been a more perfect time to think about investing for your retirement.

We are experiencing the worst pandemic of the modern world. There’s simply no telling how deeply the ripple effects of the virus will impact our lives in the future. Which is why there’s never been a better time to plan and take active measures towards securing your retirement. 

Care in a time of crisis

“Who will take care of me if I fall sick?” The coronavirus has truly spotlighted this concern over the past few weeks as we’ve been faced with the devastating effects of the virus. Easy access to medical care is a crucial aspect to consider when weighing up your retirement options. A retirement estate, like Shoreline Sibaya, offers access to an on-site state of the art care centre operated by leading elderly care provider, TotalCare, if and when you need it. Staffed by a Registered Nurse with access to a multidisciplinary medical team, this not only gives you peace of mind about your wellbeing should you fall ill, but it also offers family near or far reassurance that you will be well cared for in your golden years. 

Embrace financial uncertainty

The virus has caused major financial uncertainty, with economies, industries and enterprises around the world buckling under the weight of the global pandemic. With so many changes and unknowns ahead, now is the perfect time to reduce your overheads, downsize your home and invest in your retirement. What’s more, a smaller home means less responsibility and more time to focus on the activities you enjoy. 

Shoreline Sibaya offers the perfect solution with pet-friendly studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for sale starting from R1.490 million, all within a secure estate with plenty additional amenities. And thanks to the reduced repo rate, you will now save thousands of Rands on your bond. 

Sooner rather than later

Even if you are years away from retiring, it is worth considering your options sooner rather than later. Retirees often feel overwhelmed by the many sudden changes all at once, and moving to where you plan to retire before you actually retire can help phase in the transition, making it a lot easier. 

As an over 50s lifestyle estate, Shoreline Sibaya has several residents that continue to work while living on the estate. Conveniently situated in the Sibaya Coastal Precinct, the estate is a short distance from the business hubs of both Umhlanga and Ballito. What’s more, with a community centre and restaurant on-site, residents have ample opportunity to make new friends, helping them to feel more settled in their new home and enjoy all that Shoreline Sibaya has to offer. 

To find out more about retiring at Shoreline Sibaya and our apartments for sale, contact our friendly sales team at