Disability in Australia

Numerous disabled Australians under the age of 65 are currently living in hospitals, aged care facilities, or with ageing parents, largely due to the lack of suitable accommodation.

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Australians of working age
(15 – 64 years) have a disability.

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Of Australia’s 8.9 million households include a person with a disability.

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Australians had some form of disability in 2018 – 17.7% of the population!

Our objectives

  • To raise the standard of disability accommodation, providing architectural designs with a wide range of luxury inclusions.
  • To provide accommodation in highly sought after locations – close to shops, transport, parks and a host of other facilities.
  • To cater for all levels of disability, to ensure that even those who require high levels of care are provided for.
disability covering all levels

Why invest in the Rushton Disability Fund?

When you invest in the Rushton Disability Fund (“Fund”), you know you’re making a difference – improving the quality of lives of disabled Australians, whilst achieving a regular income stream.

The investment managers of the Fund are an experienced team of professionals with two key objectives – ensure that both the income and capital are as secure as possible.

Fixed return: The Fund pays a fixed return of 6% per annum, i.e. 1.5% per calendar quarter, with all rental leases paid in accordance with the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Capital Protection: The Fund does not borrow and only builds quality accommodation in carefully selected areas with a high demand for disability housing. The Fund holds a general security agreement over all of the assets of the trust to ensure invested funds are backed by premium real estate. The Fund does not allow any other security over the assets of the trust.

Note: The Rushton Disability Fund is only available to wholesale clients, pursuant to section 761G(7) of the Corporations Act (Commonwealth).

A 6% Per Annum Income - Safe As Houses

Stable, consistent returns (6% per annum, paid quarterly) that can be used to fund a regular income stream.

Returns are underpinned by government funded payments in accordance with the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Government funding for disabled tenants is overseen by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) under its Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) scheme.