Custom NDIS House and Land Packages - A Greater, Low-Risk Property Investment Option
There is a critical shortage of appropriate housing for Australian people with disabilities. There are over 45,000 people with a disability looking for accommodation to suit their needs. Currently, many live in unsuitable aged care homes, some in run-down housing without ramps, stairlifts or proper facilities.
Specialist disability accommodation (SDA) includes modifying the physical environment to make it more accessible for those who have mobility impairments, visual impairments or learning difficulties. This type of support is usually provided by an external specialist organisation and may be funded by the federal government, charities or private organisations.
By only researching areas with strong capital growth fundamentals, SDA offers investors with potential yields of 10-20%. Backed by the National Disability Insurance Scheme, NDIS investment properties provides high-quality, disability-friendly housing, with the property investment paying off better than the average in the market; this can be a ‘win-win’ for both your financial goals and the wellbeing of those with a disability.
Our NDIS investment property service gives you the opportunity to create a quality investment that automatically goes live with pre-qualified participants ready to move in to NDIS homes. You will also be able to choose an area where the most capital growth is expected.
Occupancy is everything
With decades of experience and knowledge in the Australian property market and hundreds of genuinely satisfied clients, we provide you with the knowledge, tools, and resources to help you invest in an NDIS property.
We understand that with an NDIS property investment, the occupancy rate for NDIS homes over the initial 20 years will be the difference between an average and an outstanding outcome for our clients.
We are so confident that our demand-driven approach will deliver the best results that our payment schedule is built around tenants moving into the property we deliver: our final invoice is not payable until a tenant has moved in.
Our money truly is where our mouth is.
Total Participants in NDIS
Existing & Legacy SDA Dwellings
SDA Dwellings Needed by 2032
How Government Incentives Benefit You
To tackle the growing issue of the shortage of specialist housing in Australia, the Government is providing enticing incentives to Australian investors like you.
The government has come to the realisation that private investors can provide much-needed help in the construction of NDIS property homes and developments where people with disabilities are able to live. Because of the potential return, Government-backed, low-risk, high-yield property investments like this are hard to come by.
A dire shortage of SDA accommodation means that if you provide the right dwelling in the right location, your prospects for a high occupancy rate are very good. Yearly reviews of the SDA incentives, to ensure that they remain relevant in the global environment ensures the longevity of the incredible incentives on offer. Contact us today about investing into an SDA house and be part of the solution both for you and disabled Australians.
NDIS property Investment
NDIS properties are highly specialised and require investors and/or their advisory team to have a deep and comprehensive understanding of this space:
- Demand & Supply: while there is a national shortage of suitable SDA properties, some locations are oversupplied or about to be and some locations are simply not suitable
- Occupancy: the dwellings being built must meet the demands from the participants in the area selected but also those of the SILs and providers, or else they will likely sit empty for extended periods of time
- Certification: the dwellings being built for NDIS investment property must meet the pre and post SDA certification strict requirements
- Construction: the specialised nature of the dwellings being built requires experienced and experts builders to deliver the final product needed
- Ongoing management: managing disabled tenants is completely different and much more demanding than traditional property management. The fee and charges model also varies greatly between providers, which can substantially impact the overall outcome of the investment.
How Our Process Works
We engage the most qualified builder to begin work on your SDA investment property. As we use builders that specialise in NDIS approved property, your house is built to strict building codes and on time with SDA post-certification and NDIS enrolment. During the building process, you’ll be kept up-to-date at every stage.
As the building process draws to a close we’ll secure your tenants by working closely with NDIS providers. From this point, your positive cash flow can begin from day one of completion, and we continue to help manage your NDIS SDA investments, grow your portfolio and build your wealth.
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How The Numbers Stack Up
The table below shows how you can expect a rental income of more than $1,400 per week on an NDIS property investment of around $900,000. That’s a net return of almost 26% p.a. — after all fees, costs, and taxes.
Please note the numbers you see below have been calculated with very conservative assumptions about capital growth and yield. There are no hidden costs, and the prices below are inclusive of all the fees.
If you are ready to learn if you have the ability to invest in an NDIS investment opportunity that clearly provides huge advantages, click below to book a call and see if you qualify.
Property description: Median capital city, SDA - 4 bed 4 bath
Disclaimer: Note that the computer projections listed above simply illustrate the outcome calculated from the input values and the assumptions contained in the model. Hence the figures can be varied as required and are in no way intended to be a guarantee of future performance. Although the information is provided in good faith, it is also given on the basis that no person using the information, in whole or in part, shall have any claim against Apollo Investment, its servants, employees or consultants. This information is intended as general advice only and does not take account of individual needs or financial circumstances. Intending purchasers should do their own assessment or consult a licensed investment adviser.