Developers and property partners
Join those in the wholesale property development sector who are supporting Homes for Homes, generating goodwill and donations.
Donate 0.1% of each property’s sale price
Currently, 44% of our homeless are children. The fastest growing group of homeless are older women. Research shows there is a shortage of more than 600,000 social and affordable homes in Australia. If we do nothing that number of homes is projected to exceed a million by 2036. Every reason for us all to support Homes for Homes.
Community spirit starts here
Anyone in the wholesale property development sector can register with Homes for Homes to put a caveat on every new property title released. What a wonderful way to convey a sense of community, share values and capture the promise of a better tomorrow, even before the first brick has been laid.
Purchasers can opt out
The caveat will remain on the title but the new purchaser can opt-out by contacting Homes for Homes. Or they can simply leave the promise to Homes for Homes in place for when they come to sell. The longer the promise remains the more money that will be raised over time to help end homelessness.
Our property partners:
- From governments/urban renewal through to land, masterplanned communities or projects
- Developers who sell land only, house and land or apartments
- Builders who buy land and resell as ‘house and land’
- Banks that resell properties as ‘mortgage in possession’ and finance property
- Superannuation funds who finance, invest (own) and/or develop property.
Register in any form or at any stage:
- Greenfield sites
- Redevelopment sites
- Land only
Bonus Green Star Points
Residential and commercial developments that participate in Homes for Homes can apply to the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) to receive up to two points. These bonus Green Star points are awarded as part of the Social Enterprise Affordable Housing Innovation Challenge.