Cerebral Palsy awareness month – A day with J

March 23, 2022

While NDIS housing promises attractive yields, it still needs to be evaluated with the same level of scrutiny as any other investment. Here are some key considerations:

1. Research Market Demand and Supply: Understand NDIS property demand and supply dynamics in different locations. Target areas that face an undersupply of approved NDIS dwellings.

2. Educate Yourself on NDIS Rules and Guidelines: Learn about housing types, accessibility requirements, modifications, policy changes, and trends related to NDIS investment properties.

3. Finance Appropriately: Specialized NDIS property loans are available for both purchases and construction costs. Prepare for higher deposits (around 30-35%) and factor in stamp duty valuations and concessions for disability accommodation across different states.

4. Choose a Location Wisely: Consider infrastructure, local demand, and accessibility when selecting an NDIS investment property.

5. Manage for Success: Once you’ve acquired the property, manage it effectively to achieve strong rental yields while providing much-needed housing for NDIS participants.

Remember that thorough due diligence is essential to make informed investment decisions in the NDIS property market.