Access Housing’s commitment to being Western Australia’s leading provider of affordable housing has strengthened further with the completion and recent handover of nine newly developed villas at our Waikiki project site.
These brand new two and three-bedroom architecturally designed villas are positioned only minutes from the beach, train station, Rockingham City Centre and landscaped parklands that include a specially designed playground. There are numerous facilities located nearby including Challenger TAFE and Murdoch University campuses, public and private hospitals, community sporting facilities, primary and secondary schools plus a range of major shopping centres open seven days per week.
The Waikiki complex is Access Housing’s 10th completed property development and acquisition project, following on from its previously completed developments including Burley Street, Mandurah (completed February 2013), West Road, Capel (May 2013), Barnes Avenue, Australind (July 2013), Rennie Crescent, Hilton (December 2013), Blue Wren Drive, Eaton (January 2014), Waverley Road, Coolbellup (July 2014), Allnut Street, Mandurah (October 2014), Hines Road, Hilton (March 2015) and Locke Street, Carey Park (May 2015).
This project had four villas for sale to private investors under the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS), all of which are now sold. For further information on NRAS investment opportunities please contact Access Housing Realty on (08) 9430 0980.
Access Housing’s demonstrated expertise in delivering quality affordable housing developments has seen the company secure its position as provider and partner of choice for government and private industry investors.
Access Housing’s development program purpose is to assist low income Western Australians into stable, affordable accommodation. We strive to offer our clients homes they can be proud of in locations that meet their needs and in communities they feel welcome in.
Access Housing has adopted an innovative mixed-tenure model for its projects, meaning a significant portion of our development stock is sold to private investors and home owner/occupiers. This model allows Access Housing to self-fund the development of new affordable housing projects without reliance on government funding. Securing a more financially robust business model ensures Access Housing will remain a sustainable fixture in community housing and will continue to be the leading provider of affordable housing options in WA.
We take a whole of life approach to our developments, specialising in cost-effective development solutions that are sustainable and affordable into the future for not only Access Housing but also investor-owners and, most importantly, for the many different families who call our properties home.