On this monthly episode of SDA Unlocked, Debbie goes in-depth into several areas around Sydney that have both significantly high location factors (equaling a much higher SDA income) and large gaps between supply and demand.
Delving into specific regions within the larger geographical areas that have significant gaps, Debbie breaks down the current supply and demand to determine the potential lack of supply of building type and SDA design type in order to give listeners some understanding of what is needed in the different parts of Sydney.
As Sydney is such a large place, this is really just a peek into around half of the potential investment areas in Sydney, but areas we believe are areas worthy of consideration for anyone looking to invest in the lucrative Sydney property market with NDIS property.
This episode is also a lead in to our Webinar that will be held on Monday 20th November talking in more detail about SDA opportunities in the Sydney market.
For anyone interested, you can register for the webinar here.
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