More people dream of having their own homes and they usually resort to buying house and land packages. The real estate industry may have been shaken through time but it is undeniable that the market will continue to thrive as long as there are still people inhabiting the planet.
You may want to help other people but you do not where to begin. Now, you can help by simply listing your investment properties with another real estate agency. Investors are now provided with a legitimate avenue to help people diminish the risk of homelessness. Investors can now coordinate with Home Ground Real Estate which is a non-profit real estate company and offers this opportunity to various investors.
The Home Ground agency reinvests the accumulated fund it receives from the investors for its tenancy and property management services. The funds are used in assisting the increasing number of families and individuals who are homeless and are the brink of losing their homes.
Last year, realestate.com.au formed a certain community and partnered with Launch Housing. The community aimed at providing rapid rehousing fund in order to support Home Ground. Under this initiative known as Housing Affordability Initiative, the investors are urged to forego a certain percentage of their rental income in order to provide affordable housing to tenants who earn low income in exchange for tenancy management services as well as quality property.
In recent months, the housing affordability initiative has been a trending hot issue however; most conversation focuses more on home ownership. For families that are on the verge of homelessness, purchasing a house is not even an option. It is clearly the price of house rents that is driving these people to live in the streets.
Story of Rachael Newton
About a year and a half ago a mother of one named Rachael Newton mustered her courage and left her abusive partner. In doing so, she was also forced to leave behind their business and home that she shared with her partner. She then finds herself in need of housing assistance. After battling for sometime without a permanent home, she found herself being taken cared of Home Ground services.