Senior Couple

Co-Living Spaces: It is not just a room. It is a better way to live.

Co-living is an innovative new type of rental accommodation for Australian seniors.


Residents occupy a bedroom with ensuite in a shared house environment under a shared tenancies lease. Each room, with a full ensuite and wardrobe, is a secure private space for each resident to enjoy. Encouraging socialisation and easing feelings of loneliness, the kitchen, living, and dining area in the home is a shared space where residents can enjoy socialising with their housemates.


Our homes are designed to facilitate a collaborative "community" culture where residents share similar interests and values and look out for each other

8% Rental Return

Low-interest rates will allow for a high positive cash flow

Socially responsible investment

Suppling elder people with accommodation

Multiple Rental Income Streams

2 to 4 tenants helps reduce any nill income periods

Stable Tenants

Elderly people who are not rowdy or unpredictable

Long Rental Tenure


Elderly people who will be happy to have a secure living arrangement

Income Guarantee

The property manager has arranged an income guarantee based on this business model

Residential investment

Not Commercial


Everyone needs a place to live


  • Seniors aged 65 years to double by 2056

  • 50% of seniors to be renting by 2056

  • 65 years old double in the same time range to 543,000

  • Older women are particularly at risk due to systemic issues like gender pay gap 

  • Significant lack of ageing-friendly accommodation

The private rental market will become increasingly important in accommodating the growing number of older households. As more and more households rent into retirement, there will be an increasing need for secure, stable, affordable and appropriate housing options in the private rental sector.




  • Advertising your property for rent Hosting inspections and open homes

  • Finding and screening tenants

  • Managing the lease sign-up process

  • Dealing with day-to-day tenant demands

  • Managing the on-going reporting process

  • Managing budgets and financial records

  • Conducting regular property inspections

  • Managing the receipt and disbursement of rent Complaints, evictions, and other breach issues Knowing specific local landlord-tenant laws and looking after the tenant

  • Managing routine and ad hoc maintenance