Buy a DHA investment property

DHA investment properties are sold by us under a leaseback arrangement. This arrangement means you receive a long-term lease and a range of property care services. It’s a low hassle investment option with a simple management fee.

Investment properties are released each fortnight on the property search page.

Our properties are typically sold via a ballot system which takes place fortnightly. The ballot system gives anyone interested in investing in our product an equal opportunity to do so.

How to buy from us

Buying a DHA property is similar to purchasing any other property with a few key differences.

Before you buy a property you will need to register with us and provide written finance pre-approval from your bank/broker, or evidence of sufficient funds to settle the property.

Properties for sale are released each fortnight. You can view the properties on our website.

When you have selected a property you wish to purchase, you should advise your DHA Sales Consultant.

Property ballot

If the property you wish to purchase is being sold by a ballot, your Sales Consultant will enter you into the property ballot.

The ballot is an automated process. Investors who have entered the ballot are chosen at random and given the opportunity to purchase the property they have selected.

If you are successful, you are required to pay a $2,000 holding deposit to secure the property. At this stage the contract process begins.

Buy now

If properties are not sold through the ballot they remain available to purchase immediately. These properties are marked as 'Buy now'.

Settlement typically takes seven weeks from the date the Sales Advice is issued.

For more information on how to buy a DHA property view our step-by-step guide.

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Rent is subject to abatement in limited circumstances. Rent is paid where the property is able to be occupied. Should a property become uninhabitable during the term of the lease or due to a lessor’s breach of the lease terms, the rent may be withheld until the property has been rectified and can be re-occupied. Ongoing rent are subject to the terms of the lease. DHA does not take into account an investors objectives or financial needs. Investors should always seek appropriate advice before making any investment decisions with DHA.