Why invest in supported living?

29th November 2019

At Falcon Housing Association, we’re committed to providing social housing and supported living for vulnerable adults in England and Wales – also known as learning disability supported housing. In this post, we’ll break down the top reasons why investing in this sector makes sense – whether you’re an established property investor, or looking to make your first investment.

Long-term tenants

Many of our clients want stable, long-term housing. They’re not frequent movers and they usually look for homes close to their family and carers. This protects your investment, too. Most of our properties are newly built or renovated and are in residential neighbourhoods close to local transport and shops.

National demand

We have clients from all over England and Wales looking for learning disability supported living, with steady demand. Joining us in this unique sector will help create homes for those most in need and make a difference to those with learning disabilities, or those who need other support with day-to-day living.

Care through us

Our dedicated team will manage many aspects of the property for you, making upkeep one less thing to worry about. We work to find properties for sale, help manage them in the long run and keep an eye on repairs and maintenance. We strive to maintain our properties to the highest possible standards, and use our own internal repairs team for the majority of minor repairs.

A variety of partnerships

Whether you’re a private landlord, care provider, property developer or local authority, we’ve formed partnerships from a variety of places and welcome your interest.

A clear mission

By joining Falcon Housing Association, you’ll be working for the greater social good, with a team of people dedicated to providing quality support, a high standard of accommodation and a passion for those we support – those who are vulnerable and need learning disability supported living. What’s more, we have a firm foothold in the market, with long-term viability.

To join us, visit our contact page to fill out a web form, send us an email or give us a ring – we’ll endeavour to get back to you within 2 working days. Our friendly team will be happy to talk to you about your queries, and are always happy to consider recommendations for improving our service. We’d love to hear from you and help you take those key steps into learning disability independent living.