About The

SDA Property Fund

The NDIS Property Fund is a specialised investment program that aims to improve the lives of the thousands of Australians currently living with a disability. By providing purpose built, high quality homes that cater for the varying needs who have permanent and significant disabilities, we create a model for investing that makes a positive difference in our community.

The Problem
Over 6000 young Australians living with a disability are stuck in aged care as a resulting lack of infrastructure and support. What’s equally concerning is that 78,000 aging parents are fearful about the future of their disabled children when they can no longer provide care. The current condition of the disability accommodation marketplace is fractured and underfunded.
The Solution
  1. The fund manager (Gallery Securities) raises enough capital to fund the purchase of land and construction of the SDA home.
  2. The builder (Gallery Homes) purchases the suitable land and commences on site for the construction process.
  3. Upon completion of the SDA home, the property manager (Gallery Real Estate) liaises with numerous National Disability Insurance Agency registered providers to coordinate the placement and ongoing care of eligible tenants.
  4. The fund receives rental income via NDIS and disperses returns onto investors.
The Opportunity
The SDA Property Fund is a privately managed fund focused on raising capital to build Specialist Disability Accommodation. The NDIS delivers subsidy’s to the SDA providers which benefits fund investors through a stable 10% return.

Minimum $25,000 Investment – 10% Return

Quick Facts

  • The NDIS has a Specialist Disability Accommodation budget of $700m per year.
  • SDA payments are designed for very high disability support needs which is approximately 6% of NDIS participants
  • SDA payments range from $4648 to $107,263 (per person, per year) depending on level of care required
  • A Safe investment option due to overwhelming demand and government funding
  • Ideal for SMSF

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Young People in Nursing Homes