IMPORTANT: don’t let your cynicism dismiss this until you have the facts.
Get the Facts on how you can Make $40,488 a Year in Positive Cash Flow From a Four Bedroom Home, That’s Under $550,000
That means $778/week in positive cash flow landing in your bank account
Now is the time to claim the best areas as an early adopter
Learn how to get into a new $700 million government program that is designed to stimulate around $5 billion dollars worth of private investment.
The NDIS program is essentially paying inflated rents to stimulate investors to service this market.
Now obviously that kind of money isn’t “normal”, it’s at least triple the rent you’d usually expect.
So this is either we are lying… or it’s a very, very good opportunity.
Inside this website I am going to show you how to get into a new $700 million dollar government program specifically targeted at property investors, and is designed to stimulate around $5 billion dollars worth of private investment. They want investors from people like yourself, right up to big institutions, to build housing for people with disabilities. This program is called the National Disability Insurance Scheme or the NDIS for short. The program is federally funded but it’s run by each individual state government.
They are essentially paying inflated rents to stimulate investors to service this market.
That’s why the rents are so amazing and way beyond what is normal. They want you to get excited about the returns so that you will build houses for these people… and it’s working.
"You are making a big mistake if you think this is a flash-in-the-pan, and you’re going to miss a golden opportunity."
This is like the NRAS program but even better because it’s not low socioeconomic housing in, lets be honest, pretty undesirable areas you wouldn’t want to invest in.
But did you know that while all the talk about NRAS has basically disappeared, investors who got in early are still collecting inflated rents thanks to NRAS, and in good suburbs within a few km of the CBD. We’re talking Brisbane’s equivalent to say Richmond in Melbourne or Surrey Hills in Sydney.