THE SDA HOUSING PODCAST

Episode 21 - SUNRISE FOUNDATION: SMSF Lending, SMSF & NDIS, & Federal Budget.

April 04, 2022 Episode 21
THE SDA HOUSING PODCAST
Episode 21 - SUNRISE FOUNDATION: SMSF Lending, SMSF & NDIS, & Federal Budget.
Show Notes

EPISODE:
In this episode, we have a special guest speaker, Greg Huxley, founder of the Sunrise Foundation and Minh from our office talking about how their organisation can assist with SMSF lending through One Part Contracts. This is a follow-up to our earlier episode – Episode 5 – on SMSF and SDA properties. As this is a hot topic and strategy by many new clients enquiring with us, we had promised to do a follow-up podcast episode to our listeners on how to navigate through the complex path of SMSF lending for NDIS house and land packages.

Greg and Minh also discuss the recently proposed Federal Budget which is a great step forward for the NDIS as the budget has assigned  $157 Billion. This works out to be almost $40 Billion in NDIS funding annually for the next four years.

See the link below for more detail regarding the budget.

https://budget.gov.au/2022-23/content/overview/06_essentials.htm

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It is our goal to see Participants with high-needs disabilities being appropriately housed in accommodation that is right for them. Purpose built homes promote opportunities for social and economic participation, enhance self-determination, and create conditions for Participants to lead vibrant, safe, and independent lives.

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Information contained in this podcast is general in nature only. It does not take into account the objectives, financial situation or needs of any particular person. You need to consider your financial situation and needs before making any decisions based on this information and should seek independent and professional advice for your personal circumstances.