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What is an NDIS/SDA home?

A high-yield investment property backed by government National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding for 20 years.

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) refers to accommodation for people who require specialist housing solutions, including to assist with the delivery of supports that cater for their extreme functional impairment or very high support needs.

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Have the SDA homes already been built?

No these properties are sold off the plan. Approximate build time 4-5 months.

Do the SDA homes come as one contract (house & land) ?

No these come as 2 part contracts, one for land and one for build.

Will the SDA homes be approved by the NDIS scheme?

We obtain all of the SDA certification for you and the chosen provider is required to register the properties with the NDIS once certified.

How does the SDA home tenancy agreement work? Who leases the property?

The owner will have a lease in place with the provider and the provider has a head lease in place with the government to obtain the NDIS funding.

Does the NDIS scheme make the tenants move in as soon as they are built? Will the owner start to receive rent as soon as it's completed?

This depends on the provider selected. Our providers approve our house and land packages at the start and are willing to enter into head leases on these once approved with the NDIS. This means they will take on the risk and pay rent even without a tenant in place. Finer details to be discussed with the provider.

Will the NDIS houses be fully tenanted once completed?

The idea is that all three rooms will be tenanted as they will only approve our packages that they have demand for. Either way once they have the head lease signed with your it is up to them to find tenants or they will be paying the rent. 

What happens if there are no tenants for the full capacity of the house?

As per above.

How can the 5-20yrs for tenancy be changed? Can anyone choose the 20yr option and what happens after this?

As you are entering the lease with the provider it is between the owner and the provider to set the terms. It would be in both parties interest to have the lease run for 20 years. After the 20 year period, there are options potentially for further extensions pending government scheme or our provider has a make good fund to return the home to a standard property for sale or rent.

What is a Dual Key home?

A dual key home is a property on one title that is divided into two separate dwellings

What is a Rooming house?

On property with 5 studio self contained, fully furnished 2 room units in a home with community kitchen and lounge and dining + solar energy.

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