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  • High Yield (10-20%+ Yields)
  • Lower Risk / Government Funded
  • Ethical Investing
  • Fully Managed by Disability Specialists
  • Multiple building designs / price points

Amazing Opportunities Exist For High Yield, Lower Risk Property Associated With The Australian Federal Government’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

The Australian Government’s NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) has created a demand for high-quality Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA). While the specialist nature of the housing usually requires a slightly higher entry cost, the return is significantly higher than traditional residential housing, and the SDA property is backed by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).

An estimated 28,000 people require Specialised Disability Housing to be built. This number is growing every year and so your SDA Property investment will have ongoing demand for years to come.


The NDIA, or National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA,) is backed by legislation that requires agreement from all States and Territories before any changes are made. The NDIS is a national initiative backed by the Federal Government.


To encourage investment in SDA Property, the NDIA provides a generous rental subsidy. This scale of this building project can not be over stated and has been slated as the largest social housing building program Australia has ever seen.


The Government has committed $700m annually for payments to SDA property investors a year, indexed for the next 20 years. This commitment at the Federal level gives investors peace of mind, confidence, and investment security.

NDIS Floor Plan (2 Level)

Investors Are Required To Support The Growth Of The SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation) Market

  • Smart Home Automation (Smart Homes)
  • Homes Provide Accessibility & Independence
  • On-site Overnight Accommodation
  • Solar and Battery Backup
  • Additional Support

Functional and High Quality Property With Purpose

  • On-site Overnight Accommodation for 24hr support; premium ceiling rails; extra large bedrooms, solar and battery backup power supply; fully automated doors, windows, blinds, air-conditioning, entertainment systems and communication.
  • Natural light and open spaces
  • Design elements required to meet accessibility standards have been re-imagined; their purpose can be mistaken for an aesthetic rather than functional design choice.
NDIS Property Investments
NDIS Automation

Smart Home Automation (Smart Homes)

Gone are the days of waiting in frustration for a carer to make simple changes to your home environment. All NDIS housing we make available offer full independence and freedom to control your home. Lights, fans, TV, blinds, doors and more are all available via voice control, bio-metrics, smartphones or a tablet. Pre-defined settings can be used for trouble-free automation.

Voice controlled or smart devices are all that is required to turn on lights, fans, air conditioning, and any other connected device. Blinds all automatically adjust to your preferred settings. The same technology shuts down a house from turning off utilities to locking doors.


Enter and leave without assistance.

All NDISP smart homes have doors with automatic openers that can be controlled via any combination of:

  • Key.
  • Pin Code
  • Phone or Tablet
  • RFID Tag on Power-Chair
  • Voice
  • Highly Secured Combinaton GPS, Bluetooth, Wifi and RFID
NDIS Home Smart Locks
NDIS Property Solar Backup

Solar and Battery Backup

A 5kw solar system with a large battery ensure that the participants will never be without essential power, day or night.

Happy tenants equals low vacancy rates.

Via our partnership with NDISP, we are proud to support the Net Zero Homes movement. If you haven’t heard about Net Zero, it is the concept of a home that generates as much energy as it uses. Watch this video on our blog where the concepts is explained in more detail.

Accessibility and Independence

Our NDIS investment properties include approximately $120,000 worth of added build costs over and above a standard build.

All bedrooms are generously over-sized to allow for the extra equipment many disabled people need to use a daily basis. Bedrooms in houses also include space for limited food preparation facilities. Bathrooms typically exceed the standards set in the LHA Platinum certification. Every bedroom has its own fully accessible bathroom.

Emergency call via voice or button activation.

NDIS Bedroom
NDIS On-Site Accommodation

On-site Overnight Accommodation

Help when you need it. Privacy when you don’t.

All our properties have On-site Overnight Accommodation (OOA) that allows for 24-hour care services. In our Unit blocks there is an dedicated unit which is only used for OOA. This unit has communication links to all the Units to ensure help is available when needed. Our houses contain a dedicated private unit within the house.

Providing OOA adds to the build cost but this is offset by the higher SDA payment that houses with OOA attract. It is also essential to have OOA as many participants require this support.

Additional Support

Our partnership with NDISP provides an Additional Support Contribution (ASC) to every resident. Tthe ASC is usually equivalent to 104 hours of additional care per year provided by the SIL.

This benefits everyone. Participants and SILs love this feature which in turn means our managed properties will always be in demand.

NDIS Bedroom

The Federal Government has announced all people under 65 currently in Nursing Homes will be put into SDA Housing within 3 years and all people under 65 into SDA Housing within 6 years.

The estimated number of SDA houses required is based on only 6% of disabled people getting SDA payments. This number has already doubled in trial regions and so the number of SDA properties required is expected to be much larger.

Last financial year $70 million in SDA funding was spent on the rental payments for SDA Property Investors. The Government’s target this year is $700 million.

Demand is not static. One very small cohort of Participants are spinal injury patients. Sadly, QLD alone averages more than 100 new cases of severe spinal injury every year.

We don’t see any reason disabled people should have any less choice in house styles than the rest of the population. Investors should also feel proud of the homes they own and are providing for SDA participants.