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Fitzgerald Charity Housing

Turn back time and invest in a residential property at 2010 prices

Remember when a beautiful family home cost only $300,000?

 

Fitzgerald Housing offers excellent residential investment opportunities that come with a range of benefits above and beyond a normal investment. The benefits of investing with us are manifold, and impact favourably not just on our investors but on the entire community. 

 

Our benefits begin with residential property investment at 25% below market value!  Imagine investing at the prices of more than a decade ago?  The average Australian home has made around $18,500 per annum over the last 25 years, so investing with us puts you over $220,000 in front. This is even before the investment starts paying!

 

Fitzgerald Housing Charity offers affordable housing investments, fully managed for fixed terms of five, ten or fifteen years. We aim to help vulnerable Australians into secure, long term housing to address the housing shortage. The social impact benefits of affordable housing extend to the entire community with reduced rates of crime, less mental and physical health issues and better whole of life outcomes, just to name a few.  For the investor the returns are financial security and the emotional rewards of assisting others. There is a great deal of research that shows that our brains reward us for helping those in need, and it gives you bragging rights at the next dinner party. 

 

Now, let’s discuss the return on your investment outside the actual value of the dwelling. The property will return a monthly rent for a term of 5, 10 or 15 years. The term is up to the investor, it is your choice. As an added bonus, it is irrelevant if the home is occupied or not, the rent will still be paid. So there are no concerns about the property not performing due to a lack of tenants.

 

The property is fully managed for you, all the maintenance, inspections, council rates and other outgoings come directly from the rent. The investor is supplied with a report periodically and an annual report for tax purposes.  You don’t have to worry about a single thing, it is all done for you.

 

Our property management is also very different to the normal route. We are interested in people, not profit and so we have chosen a more human orientated approach. We have partnered with other housing charities all over Australia for our tenants. They manage tenants, rather than property, meaning if a tenant is having trouble paying the rent, they will make sure it is paid. They will keep up with any maintenance and repairs the property needs, ensuring it stays in good condition. 

 

Normal property managers are really only interested in the financial bottom line, and they will take the tenant who offers the most money. Rentals are so short now that tenants are getting into bidding wars to secure a place and the highest bidder wins, regardless of their past rental history. You risk getting a tenant who has offered over asking rent who then cannot afford to pay it, and it is difficult to get them out of the property.  Neither we nor our partners receive commission on how much rent we can extract, so this part of the risk is eliminated.

 

Most of the tenants will be key workers who cannot find housing close to where they work, people in professions like the police, fire brigade, teachers, paramedics and nurses. Others will be women with children, older women and veterans. These are people who value a home and will do their very best to keep it. They are not the sort to throw wild parties, damage the property or do anything else to risk their home, they are ideal tenants and a much smaller risk than through the normal route. 

 

As well as securing a great tenant, having the rent paid monthly, and having no hassles from the property management, our benefits do not end there.  During the course of the term, the normal negative gearing and other tax incentives apply, enabling you to offset other income. However, at the end of the term, if you decide to sell, you will receive a massive 60% off capital gains tax, but your property is worth full market value!

 

Besides all of this we provide you with everything needed for the investment, such as the legals, and finance. We have partnered with financial institutions, lawyers and all the other professionals required, saving you even more money as you don’t have to employ your own.  We will provide you with a full report you can take to your own people to check before you make any commitments. We are making the complicated process as easy as possible for you.

 

In a nutshell, Fitzgerald Housing Charity offers residential property at 2010 prices. Right at the beginning of the investment you are over $200 thousand in front, and at the end of the investment term your property can be sold for full market value. During the term, besides your property increasing in value by around $18,500 per year, you receive a monthly rent payment without risk. Plus your brain will love you for assisting Aussie battlers doing it tough.

 

If this sounds like a great investment opportunity please call our consultants today. We can guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have.  Join us in the battle against the housing crisis.

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