Specialist housing for disabled people, which has grown from nothing into a $2.5 billion asset class in just five years, is poised to expand a further fivefold in response to demand for housing that meets the needs of an estimated 28,000 young people, a new industry report shows.  But without reforms to end “opaque” decision-making by the National Disability Insurance Agency and the provision of more up-to-date information for the growing pool of investors wanting to expand the specialist disability accommodation sector, that growth is at risk, the SDA Investor Think Tank report says. Read more…

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