In today’s property market, affordable housing is the name of the game. No doubt about that. Not only can it generate an additional $300-$900 per week per property, but it also helps those in need of a place to stay.
What’s more, it can boost a property’s value more than most other strategies. For instance, a property with the HI-RES strategy applied to it, secured an offer of $930,000. At the same time, a similar house right next to it sold for only $780,000.
Now, I know what you’re thinking – ‘there’s got to be a catch’.
You won’t think that if you’d only let me explain. It’s not about manipulative selling tactics or home flipping.
It’s about taking the opportunity to help 1.55 million Australians get out of housing stress. There’s a ready market for investors who are willing to take a new approach to property investing.
This has to do with all the empty rooms in Australia.
An incredible 12 million rooms are just sitting there doing nothing in all of Australia because developers keep forcing 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom homes on people. As a result, they believe that this is the average amount of space that a typical Australian household needs.
This can’t be more wrong, as most people could live comfortably in a quarter of that space.
At the same time, we’re seeing a 100% increase in public housing need for single adults over the past 10 years. The number of over-50 homeless women has doubled in just four years.
Don’t you think it’s time to do something about it? Home prices and rents aren’t just going to go down on their own. We need to take action to provide people with homes that they can afford without choking their cash flow.
This is what we do at Small Is the New Big. So far, we’ve worked with numerous investors who share our vision of affordable housing. In return, their income has doubled and even tripled.
The best thing is that pretty much anyone can participate. Unlike traditional investing, there are no unreasonable entry barriers. If you’d like to join us, get a free copy of our ‘National Report: High Yield Opportunities In Affordable Housing’.