Currently we have over 200 SDA builds under construction or completed across many areas of the country.

There are over 28,000 Australians with a disability that the NDIS has identified as living in inappropriate accommodation, with more than 6,000 young people having to live in aged care facilities due to a lack of quality SDA options. Recent studies have revealed there is a major shortfall of disability accommodation in Australia, with an increase of 60% in the numbers of available homes required to meet this demand.

We have access to participant demand throughout Australia with full turnkey property investment package prices starting from $700,000. We offer a range of Improved Liveability, High Physical Support and Robust design options.

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NDIS Smart & Simple Investment Guide

Our 11 page guide covers the eight must do steps to succeed in your NDIS property investment journey.

“It is said that cash flow allows you to stay the journey, and capital growth is the reward for finishing the journey.”

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The potential income figures included in the table below are based on the newly approved 2023 – 2024 NDIS Pricing Arrangements for Specialist Disability Accommodation.

The examples displayed below are full turnkey packages and include the Reasonable Rental Contribution (RRC). Individual factors will need to be considered when constructing an overall investment profile and can be discussed in detail during an initial consultation.

Design TypeStarting FromPotential Gross Annual Income
HPS House: 2 Participant + OOA*$800,000$162,226 - $190,888
HPS House: 3 Participant + OOA*$850,000$175,488 - $205,185
Robust Duplex: 2 x 1 Participant + OOA*$850,000$152,858 ($76,429 per side)
Robust Villa: 4 x 1 Participant + OOA$1,000,000$305,716 ($76,429 per villa)
Improved Liveability (IL) House: 3 Participant + OOA$780,000$175,488 - $205,000
Co-Living House: 4 Bedrooms + 4 Bathrooms$590,000$45,760 - $49,920

* HPS – High Physical Support, OOA – Onsite Overnight Accommodation (allowing a carer to stay with the participant)

frequently asked

  • What is the NDIS?

    The National Disability Insurance Scheme provides support to people with a disability along with their families and carers.

    The scheme is funded by Australian Federal and State Governments to assist people to access better housing, health, education and community services.

  • What is SDA?

    For some participants in the NDIS, they will receive funding for SDA. SDA stands for Specialised Disability Accommodation and is a system created under the NDIS for people with high support housing needs.

    SDA service providers hold the head lease and oversee the process of securing accommodation for the participants. The SDA provider has an agreement in place with SIL providers (care services) and their role is to ensure the house has tenants and is maintained to a high standard. They work together with all the related NDIS agencies and are the only entity who can manage all SDA payments.

  • Who is SIL?

    Supported Independent Living (SIL) refers to the support or supervision to develop the skills of an individual to live as independently as possible.

    A SIL provider’s role is to provide care services for the participants and have agreements in place with SDA providers.

  • What is RRC?

    The Reasonable Rental Contribution (RRC) forms part of the investor returns and is capped at 25% of the base rate of the Disability Support Pension and 100% of any Commonwealth Rental Assistance scheme.

    The RRC amount is the same for all participant categories and locations.

  • Who chooses the house & land locations where NDIS houses are located?

    With PPA it is not a build and hope strategy! The house designs and location are chosen for the waiting participant’s requirements with input from SDAs. PPA can assess blocks of land presented by clients for suitability of an SDA build including gaining approval from our SDAs.

  • When does an investor receive rent payments?

    The RRC is paid fortnightly and the NDIS payment is processed monthly.

  • Is the land registered?

    In most cases the land is registered or due to in the short term. This information is presented to clients prior to them securing an option.

  • What is the time frame to build?

    Depending on the type of dwelling being constructed (House, Duplex, Villas, Apartments etc) the time can vary. The typical single level house can require a build time frame of around 12 months in the current market (2023 – 2024).

  • What happens after the 20 years?

    The investor can sell the property, as per standard real estate legislation requirements in the particular state or territory while also having the option to roll over their agreement and continue as ‘Existing NDIS Stock’ once the 20-year period is reached.

  • Does the SIL provider have tenants lined up to move in?

    Yes, PPA only offers NDIS property investment options to clients that have been approved and required by our SDAs.

  • How does the lease agreement work with more than 1 tenant in a property?

    A separate lease agreement is held with each Participant by the SDA.

  • What happens if one tenant moves out and it takes a while to find a new one?

    It is written into the lease that the agreed NDIS allowance is to continue to be paid to the property owner for up to 10 weeks while another participant/s are sourced. SIL providers have an obligation to find another tenant and, in most cases, have participants on a waiting list.

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