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Key2 Realty has partnerships with local organisations that are regularly seeking to lease properties for their clients under a headlease arrangement. These organisations seek everything from your standard 1-2 bedroom units or granny flats, 3-4 bedroom houses to purpose build property complexes.
Key2 Realty can facilitate these headlease tenancies and negotiate a suitable rent price and lease term for your property or upcoming development. Key2 Realty acts as the managing agent in these tenancies and there are management fees applicable.
Key2 Realty and our partner organisations are looking for property developers that have a long-term mindset and are in the build to rent sector.
A headlease tenancy is where a company takes out the lease on your property in their name and they sub let the property to their client of choice. The rent amount and lease term are usually defined by the relative rent tables (these tables are supplied by State Government) that apply to the situation and property. For more information about head lease tenancies download our information guide below:
Key2 Realty, through its partnership with Pacific Link Housing, can provide you with the required certification and documentation for your affordable housing development. Pacific Link Housing is a Tier 1 Community Housing Provider and Key2 Realty acts as the managing agent for the complex.
For further information on affordable housing follow the link below:
Contact us on 4326 5566 or [email protected] to discuss your affordable housing project
*Fees and charges apply for the preparation of these documents*
These types of properties have their place, they can be let in the private market like a normal residential tenancy or offered to organisations for exclusive use under a headlease arrangement. Where an organisation seeks this type of property, they usually want to have input into the design and build specifications as they want the property to fit the needs of their clients and the support program. Most support services do not like New Generation Boarding houses. In our experience these types of properties are desired by youth programs or social tenancy organisations.