NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIA

Disability Housing Specialists

NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIA has been created to help both investors create long-term solutions for housing within the SDA market, and NDIS Service Providers across Australia meet their housing needs for their Participants. Through the introduction and rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) across Australia, NDIS Participants now have ‘choice & control’ in the care they receive and the Providers they choose to work with.

To meet the updated requirements for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) our team is working with various builders across Australia to build new, well-designed & fit-for-purpose homes for NDIS Providers and Participants who demand the best in Specialist Disability Accommodation.

It is our goal to see Participants with high-needs disabilities being appropriately housed in accommodation that is right for them. Purpose-built homes promote opportunities for social and economic participation, enhance self-determination, and create conditions for Participants to lead vibrant, safe, and independent lives.

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PODCAST

SDA Housing Podcast

The SDA HOUSING Podcast series covers a wide range of topics from information about how we work with all stakeholders in sourcing and delivering brand new SDA properties which are SDA compliant, to general information about the NDIS, and statistics about Specialist Disability Accommodation in the NDIS sector.

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EVENTS

 

SDA MASTERCLASS – Wednesday, 24th July

MoboCo – 88 Tribune St, South Brisbane

NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIA proudly presents the SDA MASTERCLASS in South Brisbane, for everyday investors & other stakeholders looking to learn, research or buy Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA).

This event offers a comprehensive content designed to equip investors and other stakeholders with the knowledge and confidence to make informed decisions when building SDA. By attending this event, you’ll gain valuable insights that will help minimise your risks associated with your SDA acquisition, and enable you to identify properties, projects, or sites across Australia. Ultimately, we help you invest!

RSVP by 22nd July 2024

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WEBINARS

 

NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIASDA Fractional Investment with Supavest

Join our webinar with special guest speakers from NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIA – Join us on this Webinar where we have special guest speaker, Lisa Thomas from Supavest who will be introducing us to their new investment offering – SAFE Properties (Secure Asset Fractional Equity).

This investment gives investors who do not have the funds or desire to invest wholly in an SDA investment property the opportunity to invest a far smaller amount to purchase a 5% share in an NDIS property.

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Research Reports

To ensure a sound investment through our professional services and advice, we provide written reports outlining the effects of investing in NDIS property on your financial position.

Even if you have already invested in SDA previously, we strongly encourage you to inform yourself on your position from a tax, cashflow, and regional supply and demand point of view.

SDA Data as of MARCH 2024

The total number of participants with SDA funding rose from 15,667 (December 2020) to 16,972 (December 2021) to 23,451 (31st December 2022) to 24,009 (31st March 2023) to 24,531 as at 30th September 2023. It dropped to 23,058 in December 2023 and again to 22,022 as at March 2024. This may however be a correction in terms of reporting by the NDIA in the quarterly SDA data as they are slowly adjusting reporting parametres for accuracy.

Overall, this represents a 40.5% increase within a 39-month period. According to the SDA Demand Projections released by the NDIA in June 2023, they expect the number of SDA funded participants to increase to 27,022 by 2027, which will be an increase from current numbers of 10.66%

Total enrolled dwellings have increased from 4,921 to 8,886 over the same period which is an 81% increase.

Pipeline dwellings saw a significant increase from just 393 in December 2020 to 2,162 in December 2021 (a 450% increase) to 3,652 as at 31st December 2022 – 69% increase. By December 2023, Pipeline places increased to 4,756 – a further 30% increase. However as of March 2024, numbers have stabilised at 4,753, indicating a slowing down of development over the past quarter.

On the funding side, the total SDA funds committed within participants plans has to $451,653,488 in the most recent quarter (to 31st March 2024). This however represents only 64% of the total $700M that the NDIA has stated will be committed to SDA funding. We expect this total funding for SDA will be increased in line with adjustments to SDA funding over the coming years.

The latest NDIA forecast is for over 1 Million NDIS participants by 30th June 2032. Additionally, the NDIA has recently released their SDA Demand Projections where they have estimated that the number of participants who will require  Specialist Disability Accommodation Housing will be 27,022 by 2027 and 29,742 by 2032.

What this tells us is that although the number of ‘New Build’ SDA dwellings is showing a steady increase, particularly over the past 18 months, the numbers of SDA funded participants seems to have levelled out for the time being – likely as a result of 1) increasing accuracy of NDIA reporting and 2) delays in funding approvals for SDA.

With the potential increase in new SDA funded participants over the coming decade, we still have a significant undersupply of SDA homes and the demand is only going to increase as more NDIS participants receive SDA funding to achieve their goals of living as independent a life as possible.

NDIS Review at a Glance 2023

NDIS Final Report 

Know your numbers and significant updates.

Step into a world of possibilities for supporting participants in a report that’s both inspiring and heartfelt. With our vision that emphasizes inclusivity, empowerment, and trust-building among builders, providers, governments, and participants.

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Total participants in the NDIS

Existing & legacy SDA dwellings

SDA funded participants

New Build SDA dwellings (enrolled & pipeline)

SDA funded participants by 2032

Additional New Build SDA dwellings needed by 2032 (if phasing out all Existing and Legacy dwellings)

WHO WE WORK WITH

SDA Builders Melbourne

Builders

We work with SDA approved builders who believe in the housing  solutions demand within the  NDIS community. As such, we only want to work with builders who are here for the long term and to deliver an outcome which satisfies both investors, providers and participants. That means the focus is on ‘tenant retention’, which can only be achieved by building houses which are ‘fit for purpose’.  Thus, doing whats best for all parties concerned.

SDA Projects

Providers

We work with SIL and SDA providers who believe in delivering an outcome which best suits all stakeholders. The primary objective should be to assist participants to live in appropriate housing accommodation, as quickly as possible, and not for any other reason.

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Participants

Product delivery is the key goal for the participants, those that matter most. As we work with investors and providers and builders ‘together in unison’ in order to custom build homes for the requirements of participants, it is important that we work as a team to look after the people who will live in these homes, no matter what their category of disability. This can only happen if all parties are working together in co-ordination to achieve the same outcome.

Investors

In a bid to attract private investment into the market, the federal government has created the SDA program which provides opportunities for residential property investors. With the potential for 15% or higher gross investment yields, and with positive social and ethical objectives at its core, investing in SDA is well worth investigating.

Whether you are an experienced property investor, fund manager, or a Mum and Dad investor, the team here at NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIA works with those of you who wish to invest in SDA as a means of growing your property portfolio, benefiting from the exceptional rental yields, as well as helping to improve the lives of disabled Australians who have been limited in their housing choice as a result of inadequate and inappropriate housing options.

We can provide you with a choice of investment options based on properties that are being developed and built specifically to be SDA compliant, and also connect you with relevant industry professionals to guide you through the process of completing a purchase as well as finding tenants for your property once completed.

OUR SERVICES

Construction

We consult with builders on designs and inclusions in order to fit the investors budget, which also helps the participants who will live in the homes. We also present to clients the variety of areas in which the different builders provide property opportunities, and give professional advice on the SDA strategy that is most appropriate for each investor if called upon. We help investors navigate through the build process. We have experienced and qualified partners who will assist with all facets of the transaction.

Providers

Clients often want to know where their tenants will come from, and the best way to achieve this is to consult with SIL and SDA providers who can reveal the demand in different localities. We can assist with the vetting of such SIL and SDA providers, and this enables us to provide third party consultation to investors on which SIL and SDA providers may be able to help give indications on the demand of participants in certain suburbs etc.

Support

We consult with builders on designs and inclusions in order to fit the investors budget, which also helps the participants who will live in the homes. We also present to clients the variety of areas in which the different builders provide property opportunities, and give professional advice on the SDA strategy that is most appropriate for each investor if called upon. We help investors navigate through the build process.

Portfolio

We help clients lay the foundation of their property portfolio, by investing in SDA property which is high yielding & positive cash flow. Clients have various options to choose from in the SDA homes category, that being 3 bedroom homes, 4 bedroom homes, 4 bedroom dual living homes, 5 bedroom dual living homes, or even 6 bedroom duplex homes. Whatever investors wish to create as an investment property, we are able to put together a solution.

Consultation

We assist with clients (both investors and owner occupiers) to explore their options for Houses, Villas or Apartments, for Improved Liveability, Robust, Fully Accessible or High Physical Support participants. For participants wanting to purchase their own custom design home, we can facilitate this as well. We also encourage all NDIS providers to discuss any projects or construction they which to be involved in as a joint venture or tender.

Acquisitions

Our team are consistently sourcing land lots for normal house packages, and also raw sites for NDIS development projects, supporting the community needs for people with disabilities, their families and carers. We also invite real estate agents or developers seeking potential NDIS sites for our team to evaluate their development opportunities for purchasing, as there is a high demand from institutions & sophisticated investors to hold assets such as these in their portfolios.

SDA HELPS DELIVER FIT FOR PURPOSE ACCOMMODATION IN THE FORM LIVEABLE HOMES  FOR A SELECT NUMBER OF NDIS PARTICIPANTS GIVING THEM MORE CHOICE & CONTROL IN ALL  ASPECTS OF THEIR LIVES. 

Specialist Disability Accommodation

The National Disability Insurance Scheme applies to all State and Territories of Australia. The NDIS provides support to eligible people with intellectual, physical, psychological, cognitive and sensory disabilities. This A$40B a year program supports well over half a million people in achieving their goals. Of this funding, $700M is allocated to Specialist Disability Accommodation.

Current suppliers for NDIS housing are unable to meet the demand for suitable housing due to a lack of funding. Estimates show there is a A$5B deficit to meet the NDIS goals for Special Disability Accommodation and SDA participants. This has created an opportunity for private investors to support government commitments.

Many of the 30,000 NDIS participants who need now, or are expected to require specialised housing by 2032, currently have no access to Specialist Disability Accommodation. Additionally, a high percentage of existing housing will require upgrading or redevelopment in the near future. NDIS PROPERTY AUSTRALIA supports Participants with a forever home built and designed to create independence and freedom, to assist carers and improve the quality of life.

Our business linkups with Builders, Developers & NDIS Providers is aimed at providing a ethical investment opportunity with sustainable long-term returns, not only for the investors but also for the Participants themselves.

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The NDIS has been created to give all Australians peace of mind if they, or a family member is born or acquires permanent of significant disability. The NDIS has been set up to ensure they get the supports they require and the SDA helps deliver accommodation in the form of liveable homes for participants.

Liveable homes are designed to meet the changing needs of occupants across their lifetime. They must be easy to enter, to navigate around, be capable of cost effective adaption. They must be responsive to changing needs of home occupants, offering them maximum independence and as well as ensuring that providers are able to respond to participant needs and preferences.