Affordable Housing Design | 3 Tiny Homes Full Of Ideas

Affordable Housing Design Tiny Homes Are One Answer To The Affordable Housing Shortage

Affordable housing design is at the core of the solution to the crisis in affordable housing in Australia. The affordable housing shortage is also about design. Poor design has been a big part of the problem and good design can be a big part of the cure.

 

A cosy, yet elegant home in Krakow

 

Sustainable Apartments – A New Model for the Future | Jeremy McLeod | TEDxStKilda – YouTube

 Sustainable Affordable Housing Keeps Tenants

Sustainable affordable housing is where the future of investment property is at. Property investor that understands this is well ahead of the game.

Sustainable Apartments – A New Model for the Future | Jeremy McLeod | TEDxStKilda – YouTube

Jeremy McLeod shatters the Australian Dream with a new model on urban housing that is environmentally, socially and financially sustainable. He challenges the status quo development model of meaningless apartments designed to investor specifications for maximum yield with little or no regard for people, community or the environment. The Nightingale model is an alternative that is easily replicated, benefits the community, the city and is designed for real life.
Sustainable Apartments – A New Model for the Future | Jeremy McLeod | TEDxStKilda – YouTube

Long Term Affordable Housing Issues | First Jobs To Go

Are Your Tenants Jobs Among The First Jobs To Go?

Long term affordable housing issues abound. The major one is employment. Technology marches on and it is destroying jobs, eliminating jobs. Is your investment property futureproofed or is it a ticking time bomb ready to blow up your retirement?

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Peter Diamandis: It’s the low tech jobs that will be impacted first by long term affordable housing issues

Long Term Affordable Housing Will Be Determined By Employment Or The Lack Of It.

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Energy Bills Will Determine If Your Investment Property Works Or Not l MaxiLife4U

Energy Bills Will Become A Key Factor In The Success Of Your Investment Property

Energy bills are set to become the key determinant of a successful investment property! That is right a tenant’s energy bills will have a big impact on your retirement.

Energy Australia is saying to expect increases in energy bills across the board next year of 19.6%

EnergyAustralia announces 19 per cent increase to electricity prices in NSW

EnergyAustralia has announced it will increase electricity prices in Sydney by 19.6 per cent – or $346 a year – from July 1…..

EnergyAustralia chief customer officer Kim Clarke described the hike as “bad news for families and business.”

“This is … absolutely not what they wanted to hear. In the past 12 months alone wholesale prices for both electricity and gas have surged, almost doubling in some states,” she said. Via smh.com.au

Put simply, as a landlord, you need to isolate your tenants from the shock of energy bills. If you don’t you put your whole retirement strategy at risk.

Luckily MaxiLife has the MAcH 10 long term lease product specifically designed to give you a minimum of ten years worry free investment performance.

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Long Term Rental Will Change The Australian Dream

The MAcH 10 Lease Paves The Way For Long Term Rental

Long term rental is a winner for property investors, tenants and first home buyers when the MAcH 10 Lease is used. Everyone benefits from long term rental. Property investors get peace of mind because they have a blue chip registered housing provider as a head lessee guaranteeing the rent. Zero vacancy for ten years with the MAcH 10 lease. Tenants get peace of mind because they can plan ahead. They have a home, not just a house for the long term. First home buyers benefit because their expenses are lower and they can save for a home faster.

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Read more about the MAcH 10 lease changing the investment property landscape.

Affordable Housing in Western Sydney

Affordable Housing In Western Sydney Is Being Planned

Minister says the deal which is crucial to supply affordable housing in western Sydney is on track for completion by the end of the year.

Affordable Housing in Western Sydney

Angus Taylor MP Assistant Minister for Cities

An agreement for $5.3Billion in additional funding will be a boon for affordable housing in western Sydney which is forecast to need 185,000 extra homes over the next twenty years. The new airport and its supporting infrastructure will create a massive need for affordable housing in western Sydney.

Commonwealth, State and Local governments are working together on a plan to provide for the expected 500,000 extra residents by 2036

 

Discussions focused on delivering better outcomes for a City Deal region expecting 500,000 additional residents by 2036. Connectivity was raised as a critical driver of growth, with improved transport to and from and within the region, fundamental for Western Sydney to emerge as a city in its own right. The City Deal is seen as an opportunity for new approaches to regional governance.

The local government areas of Wollondilly, Camden, Campbelltown, Liverpool, Fairfield, Penrith, Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury will work together with the Commonwealth and NSW Governments to deliver a City Deal tailored to the needs of the region. Via ministers.pmc.gov.au

Affordable Housing in Western Sydney is a priority

Over the next 20 years Sydney’s population will increase by around 1.3 million, much of it in the eight local government areas covered by the Government’s Western Sydney City Deal. The region will need about 185,000 new homes over the next two decades in the west and southwest districts of Sydney to keep up with growth and take the pressure off house prices.

The Western Sydney City Deal will receive up to $5.3 billion from the Australian Government’s equity investment outlined in the 2017 Budget. Under the Deal, the Government will work in partnership with the NSW and local governments, focusing on local job opportunities; connectivity and liveability; catalysing development in the area surrounding the new Western Sydney Airport; stimulating local job growth; and improving transport options with the rest of Sydney. The Deal will offer incentive payments to the State and local governments to support planning and zoning reform, accelerate housing supply and deliver affordable housing outcomes in Western SydneyAHURI – Western Sydney City Deal to boost housing

MaxiLife To Make A Big Difference To Affordable Housing In Western Sydney

MAcH 10 our minimum ten year leased housing is ideal for property investors or their self managed superannuation funds.

100% occupancy for a minimum 10 and up to 25 years. The properties are fully maintained and leased by blue chip corporate tenants. They are truly “set and forget” investments.

If a worry free residential property investment guaranteed by the biggest property managers in Australia sounds good to you click on the button below and we can talk. There is a limited number of these properties available so do not miss out contact us now.

 

Affordable housing losers are everywhere

Affordable Housing Losers – Are You One? Find out here

Affordable Housing Losers  are almost everywhere you look these days.

Affordable Housing Losers even include those that “win” at an auction in Sydney! The housing market and the economy combine with our taxation system to punish just about everyone in the housing stakes. Except investment property owners,

BUT just in case you think you aren’t one of these people you can scroll down. See how everybody is affected.

povert in Australia?Who is effected

Lack of affordable Housing for key workers COSTS BIGTIME!

Affordable Housing for First Home Buyers – a Unicorn? 40 years’ worth of savings for a Sydney deposit, UBS modelling shows – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Affordable Housing for First Home Buyers

One day people will say, “first home buyer” and laugh. I’m not saying first home buyers will be extinct. Like unicorns, affordable housing for first home buyers will be very very rare.

affordable housing for first home buyers

Or will it be homes for first home buyers that will be rare?

The gap between house price growth and wages growth in Australia is killing off the first home buyer.