Helping you find tenants for your property
The Summer Foundation's Housing Hub team offers a tenancy matching service for Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) providers.
Finding the right tenants leads to positive outcomes for people with disability and is critical for SDA providers seeking long term tenants.
Using our extensive SDA experience and networks with key stakeholders, we can help match you with the most suitable tenants for your development.
Our team can provide you with:
Since the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) the approach to housing has radically changed and managing vacancies in disability accommodation is no longer a government responsibility and is instead, now managed by a market approach.
The Housing Hub's tenancy matching service works with quality SDA providers who have homes that people with disability want to live in. We support the SDA provider to develop their marketing and promotional materials and ensure the vacancy is promoted to future tenants and key stakeholders.
There are still many SDA eligible participants who do not have SDA funding in their NDIS plans and therefore, the team manages all enquiries with the expertise of knowing who is likely to be funded for SDA (and can therefore apply for the vacancy).
So far, our team has supported over 550 people to receive an offer for tenancy within SDA. Benefits of our service
Many new SDA providers do not have experience working directly with people with disability or assessing their suitability for housing. And, many NDIS participants and their families require a supported journey to identify their true housing preferences.
The biggest benefits of utilising the tenancy matching service are:
Please complete our TMS Enquiry form and provide us with some information so that we can come back to you with a proposal.
Or contact Alison via phone on 0455 119 100 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You can now feature your property on the home page of the Housing Hub, increasing the number of views you receive from active housing seekers. More information is available here.
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