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Empowering Lives through NDIS: A Caring Approach to Quality Housing and Investment

Our NDIS accommodation includes options like Improved Liveability, Fully Accessible, Robust, and High Physical Support, providing tailored solutions to diverse needs. In our commitment to building standards, we ensure compliance with Livable Housing Australia (LHA) standards. Established in 2011, LHA has earned a sterling reputation for leading the charge in creating safer, more comfortable, and easily accessible homes for individuals with disabilities.
$35.8 billion
Annual Budget
500,000
Individuals facing disabilities
36,000
Participants require NDIS housing by 2042

Enhanced Quality of Life

The NDIS, jointly governed by the Australian government and states/territories, provides unprecedented support for individuals with disabilities and their families. Supavest collaborates with service providers to deliver high-quality NDIS housing, ensuring adherence to Livable Housing Australia (LHA) standards.

Investment Opportunities

Supavest streamlines the process for Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) to invest in NDIS housing. Through a simple three-step process, SMSFs collaborate with NDIS providers, submit a deposit, and become owners of NDIS investment properties, offering a complete investment choice.

Compliance Assurance

By adhering to Livable Housing Australia (LHA) standards, Supavest ensures that their NDIS homes meet the current building standards. This commitment to compliance contributes to the development of safer, more comfortable, and easily accessible homes for individuals with disabilities.

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FAQs

CAN I BUILD SDA ON MY LAND?

Certainly, you can construct SDA dwellings on your land as per current legislation. However, it's crucial that the land complies with NDIS standards. Additionally, the land should not have more than a 7-degree slope and must meet infrastructure criteria, including proximity to transport, shops, and entertainment.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SDA AND SIL?

Supported Independent Living (SIL) focuses on daily tasks, support, and supervision for NDIS participants. In contrast, SDA is the housing component of the NDIS.

WHAT IS SDA PROPERTY UNDER NDIS?

SDA, or Specialised Disability Accommodation, is a system within the NDIS framework. It ensures participants can live independently with appropriate support in approved SDA housing.

WHY SHOULD I INVEST IN SDA?

Investing in SDA through the NDIS funding scheme provides vital services and housing for Australians in need. With a substantial annual budget of $35.8 billion and over 36,000 participants requiring housing by 2042, SDA investments promise consistent returns and high demand.

CAN I PURCHASE AN NDIS PROPERTY THROUGH AN SMSF?

Previously impossible, but now with Supavest, investors can engage in a single-part contract to invest in new house and land NDIS builds through their SMSF.

WHO FINDS SUITABLE TENANTS FOR EACH PROPERTY?

Supavest follows a participant-led model, ensuring the participant is the central focus. Collaborating with top SDA providers guarantees fully tenanted SDA housing with a ready-to-move-in participant upon completion.

WHY ARE SDA HOMES MORE EXPENSIVE TO BUILD?

SDA builds come with stringent requirements to cater to the unique wants and needs of participants, leading to higher costs due to the nature of the build.

CAN I LEASE OUT MY PROPERTY THROUGH A LOCAL REAL ESTATE AGENT?

As per current legislation, an SDA home must be managed by a property manager who is an SDA service provider under the NDIS.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SDA AND SIL?

Supported Independent Living (SIL) is the support or supervision of daily tasks to live independently. Supported Disability Accommodation (SDA), on the other hand, is the ‘bricks and mortar’ component for people with disability who have severe functional impairment or highly complex support needs that require specialist housing alternatives.

WHAT IS THE TIME FRAME TO BUILD A SDA HOME?

It used to be 6 months, but since 2021, we now see 9 to 12 months as the norm for construction. When taking into account council delays, supply chain issues, construction worker shortages, the Christmas period and weather delays, a 14 to 16 month project turn around time is to be expected, from day one commitment of an EOI, if working with titled land. 14 to 16 months for titled land 18 to 20 months for untitled land This always depends on the location

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTENANCE AND THE ASSOCIATED COSTS?

It is generally considered that Tenant’s will look after their own maintenance of the home, but it is suggested that a Landlord look after lawn mowing and basic garden maintenance. The Landlord is responsible for all other normal maintenance as per any other investment property. The Tenants would be responsible for damage caused to the property.

WHEN DOES SDA CERTIFICATION / COMPLIANCE HAPPEN?

Compliance is checked at several stages throughout the process. 1. At the plan stage Before committing to the land and build contracts, the package goes in for initial certification with the SDA certifiers. This then goes into local council fo Building approval like a normal house build. 2. At the frame stage The certifier will come to the site to ensure that the approved plan is matched. 3. At completion Final certification will happen when the home is at Practical Completion. This process ensures that the investor will be able to receive SDA funding. Without certification the house will never be able to have NDIS/SDA tenants and therefore will not receive the high returns.