co living property investment
From an investment perspective, the Co-Living model increases the weekly yield substantially.
A Co-Living house is a type of residence where the occupants each have their own bedroom, but also are able to share amenities such as a kitchen, laundry, dining room, and other common areas. There may be options to have private living spaces and kitchenettes for tenants as well.
Co-Living offers an innovative and problem-solving approach to the rental crisis and is a fantastic option for both tenants and investors, producing net yields of 10% plus.
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Ultra-low vacancy rates combined with a low supply of new dwellings, high demand and a rising population have created a perfect storm environment that has pushed Australia’s market into a rental crisis. Recent house price rises combined with record interest rate increases mean a growing section of the working community will rent for longer, many choosing to be long-term, or even lifetime, renters.
According to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data, there are nearly 10 million households in Australia, of which 66-67% are owner-occupiers. However, there isn’t enough rental stock available for the other 31% of the population.
A balanced rental market is one that has a vacancy rate of around 2%, and anything below 2% describes a situation where demand from tenants is exceeding the supply of available properties. The current national vacancy rate sits at just 1.2%