NDIS Investing: is there anything safer than having the federal government paying your rent?

NDIS Property, What Should You Expect In The Real World? Can You Really Make $1,210/wk Positive Cash Flow?

IMPORTANT: You don’t need a big deposit for an NDIS property. Most people will want $120,000 but is is possible to get started with as little as $60,000.

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Replace your income and get your time and freedom back.

Regular properties don’t pay enough rent to make a good income. 2-3 of these properties and it’s “game over”, you are in control of your financial future then.

$62,966 a year in positive cash flow.

That’s $5,247 a month or $1,210 a week after all costs.

If you want to replace your income, these are the properties you need.

I understand that I will be instantly texted a link to a detailed video with everything I need to know about investing in an NDIS property.

Take Home $62,966 a Year

Thanks to these government backed rents, after paying all the interest and management costs involved, you’ll clear $62,966 a year from just 2 tenants.

At the higher end you’re  potentially clearing $108,874 a year.

How many properties like these do you need to replace your income?

High Valuations

Clients regularly receive valuations in excess of the property cost. The last one across my desk saw the valuation come in $70,000 higher than the contract value.

Contract: $539,400
Valuation: $610,000

There’s a trick to how you design these homes to get that kind of equity uplift.

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Get Started With $60,000

While there is a low cost option to get started, most investors will want around $120,000 to cover a 10% deposit, the typical costs of stamp duty and legal fees, as well as the extra NDIS related costs.

Assuming just 2 of a possible 3 tenants, you’ll see a 54.5% return on cash. That means you get your deposit back in 1 year and 10 months.

What you’ll learn from our detailed video?

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See all the costs - especially the hidden ones

There are costs that are unique to NDIS properties that you need to be aware of… and some are pretty expensive too.

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Highest demand category for NDIS housing

Not all categories in the NDIS have the same tenant demand. The biggest category is going unserviced with just 6% of properties being build for them.

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How we can predict a bank valuation

We can get NDIS properties at or below bank valuation. Understanding the valuation process changes the way you design and build an NDIS property.

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Make $350,000 profit flipping your property

Use these profits to buy properties that replace the lost income and triple the size of your portfolio.

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How to get a guaranteed income for 6 years

Most importantly you’ll learn the true cost of a guaranteed income because we all know, there’s no such thing as a free lunch.

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The full matrix of NDIS options available

The cheapest, the most expensive, the lowest cash flow, the highest cash flow, the safest cash flow…. every property type is covered.

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Exactly how much cash you'll need to get started

I break down in detail every cost you need to cover to get going in an NDIS property.

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Exactly how much cash you'll need to get started

I break down in detail every cost you need to cover to get going in an NDIS property.

I understand that I will be instantly texted a link to a detailed video with everything I need to know about investing in an NDIS property.

What faster way is there to replace your income than the high paying NDIS?

will you pass this test?

Most people want simple answers that don’t take up any of their time. Unfortunately simple answers are very often wrong… and they are the answers that lead you off the edge of a cliff.

The answers that work in the real world are complex, they require a lot of information and that takes time, but they are the right answers. People who want these anwsers appreciate that they need to invest time and do some work.

 

Which one are you?

at $64,843 a year, how many of these properties do you need to replace your income?

over supply has already started

The clock is ticking and it’s time to get started now

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Some areas are already oversupplied

Our tenanting partners have given us a list of areas where there is already too much housing and not enough tenants.

Building costs increasing over a $1,000 a week

In one week building materials alone increased by $8,000. Labour shortgages are pushing up hourly rates for tradies too.

I understand that I will be instantly texted a link to a detailed video with everything I need to know about investing in an NDIS property.

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Phone: 1300 852 024
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