This property offers high physical support across 2.5 Bedrooms & 2 living.
This would be suitable for 2 participants in need of Onsite Overnight Assistance from their carer.
This full turnkey Property will be SDA, NDIS and LHG approved and will be Participant Ready to move in straight away to enjoy an independent lifestyle with care support from the NDIS.
The construction price in Toowoomba would be around $421,555 plus land cost of $155,000.
Total package $567,555 offers a net return of 14% if we can find 2 high physical participants. The NDIS will pay approx. $48,000 per room in the High Physical Support category, or $30,000 for improved livability.
It’s important to note that if we find two improved liveability participants the property will return 8% net.
An approx. market value for a large 3 bedroom, 2 Living 5 star house in Toowoomba is $560,000 to $590,000.
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