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3 Incredible Reasons Why You Should Become a Dual Occupancy Investor:
1. Yield & Capital Growth – These don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
2. Strong Market Demand – There is a massive demand from tenants to rent these properties.
3. Amazing Passive Income – The high positive yields and cash flow that this property investment type offers to enable you to create income streams.
Dual Occupancy / Auxiliary Properties offer a number of key benefits for both Investors and Owner Occupiers:
Ideal For Investors:
For Owner Occupiers Who Want:
Duplex Investing - What you should consider building a Duplex?
So… What is a duplex? A duplex is a residential building containing two homes that are built on a single block of land and can be individually titled once construction has been completed.
Duplexes are Ideal for investors who wish to:
Duplexes can be ideal for owner-occupiers who want:
Our experienced team has been able to streamline the process of undertaking a duplex project to make it a realistic and manageable investment for everyday Australians. We’ve undertaken many successful projects on behalf of our clients.
Rooming House or also called...
Community Living /Co-Living Homes
3 Incredible Reasons To Become A Rooming House Investor:
Critical to any property investment is the delivery of a return on that investment. Rooming houses are uniquely strong as a type of property investment. Not only do they offer a high yield, but also capital growth.
Rooming houses offer the opportunity to lease each lettable space separately legally. By doing this, high yields are achievable, and in some cases, 10% or better may be possible.
In Brisbane, this product allows up to 5 self-contained apartment-style studios to be leased out permanently, which is generally the highest and best use of a low-density residential block of land.
Now, this is not a new product. In fact, over 200 of these types of homes have been built across the Brisbane area, and we’re not even close to making a dent in the demand from young professional tenants for these self-contained studios.
SDA dwellings have special design requirements to meet the needs of people who have permanent and significant disabilities. All dwellings must be constructed to comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) and SDA requirements.
A typical home is normally 3 – 4 bedrooms, housing 2 – 3 people with a disability and 1 carer.
Different home designs are offered to suit tenants requirements, ranging from basic care to full spinal support designs.
SDA dwellings provide tenants with a place to live independently, whilst still receiving the daily care they require.
SDA Homes are broken into four design categories, all with individual specifications and requirements. Below are the four design categories and descriptions of how they are specifically designed to cater to the needs of the disabled tenant.
As SDA home builds have more requirements and approvals than a standard home, our team makes sure we get it right every time.
5 Townhouse Site - Small-Scale Development in Beenleigh, Queensland, Australia.
Our client was selling off her commercial property portfolio and was wanting to invest in residential properties.
We identified a suitable site for a small-scale townhouse development of 5 townhouses in Beenleigh, Logan, South of Brisbane CBD and north of the Gold Coast.
Our team created a suitable design for the site and engaged one of our panel of builders to complete the project.
The site was originally zoned for multi-story apartments, but our Town Planner was able to get the Council to approve a small-scale townhouse development.
If you are interested in a town-house development like this one, and would our expert project management assistance in a small-scale done-for-you development, then please inquire below.
Adding a legally rentable granny flat to an existing property is a cost-effective high yielding cashflow strategy.
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