Learn How to Invest in High Equity NDIS Property
NDIS/ SDI Property is a Unique Investment Opportunity
Investing in NDIS Property
In a bid to attract private investment into the market, the federal government has created the SDA program. This initiative within the NDIS provides opportunities for residential property investors.
Investing in NDIS Property is well worth investigating, because of the potential for 14% or higher gross investment yields, and with positive social and ethical objectives at its core.
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With potentially 50,000 people needing Specialized Disability Accommodation there is a chronically short supply. Our NDIS Property Investment Services will help provide suitable long term accommodation – or forever homes -for some of the disabled Australians who require specialized accommodation.
The NDIS has an annual recurrent budget of $700 million (indexed over the next 20 years) for SDA providers. Based on a 20-year cash flow, running yields on net operating income are estimated between 8% and 14%
What Is NDIS?
The NDIS is a new way of providing individual support for people with a permanent and significant disability, their families and careers. It provides peace of mind to anyone with a disability or those affected by someone who has a disability. In the last 12 months, 100,000 new participants enrolled in the NDIS scheme. This now brings the total to almost 400,000 Australians signed up to the NDIS, despite 4.4 million living with a disability.
NDIS provides choice and greater control over the services that Participants will receive. It won’t mean they have to change their current arrangements, nor will it change the supports that Participants receive for rent, electricity etc. Current NDIS housing suppliers are not and cannot meet the urgent demand for applicable housing due to lack of funding. Estimates show a $5Bn deficit to meet NDIS goals for SDA and housing participants, with an opportunity for private investment to underpin govt commitments. This includes the pressing need for 12,000 participants who currently have no access to SDA, along with the high percentage of current housing which requires upgrading or redevelopment in the near future.