What We Do
At Apollo Investment, we have designed an innovative, data-driven, transparent offering for investors who wish to secure an NDIS property. Our team’s knowledge and expertise serve to deliver a measured, stress-free solution, producing a turn-key property complete and ready for NDIS approved participants.
Our innovative methodology ensures that we deliver SDA accredited houses, built in high-demand areas with limited supply.
The NDIS has provided an unrivalled investment opportunity. We compound the opportunity by streamlining the process to increase efficiency, cut out the middlemen and reduce costs — meaning you’ll get an even greater return with us on your side.
Meet Our Panel of Experts
At Apollo Investment, we strive to get the best results for our clients, which is why our panel of experts are there to help shape every deal and strategy we put together for our clients. All have their own area of expertise and along with over 120 years of combined experience, all have a whole team behind them.
Nic AlessioAreas of expertise:
Yannick IekoAreas of expertise:
Tony DraperAreas of expertise:
Khoi VuAreas of expertise:
Carly GriggAreas of expertise:
How Does Apollo Investment Make Money?
Typically, businesses within the property sector generate the bulk of their income via commissions from property sales which more often than not is not disclosed to their clients and disguised as “marketing fees” in states and territories where commissions must be disclosed by law. Some businesses are so greedy that they require builders add additional commission to the construction price of the property and we’ve seen first hand commissions paid as high as $100,000. No wonder valuation shortfalls can be so extreme!
Ask us and we’ll tell you exactly how much we’ll earn from your project. What we’re looking for is to build long term relationships with our clients who’ll turn to us every time for their property needs. We’d rather earn a modest but fair fee and have you use our services again and again because ultimately, it builds a much better business that reduces our overall costs and we know that clients who feel we over-deliver on value will refer their friends and family.
How we compare
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