Howdy all, Has anyone had a situation where a tenant has requested to modify a property using an NDIS grant? Apparently the tenant has been there about 10 years (I have only held the property for a few years). Perfectly adequate tenant, pays rent on time. Their son has sent through a letter stating that he has been approved for an NDIS grant to modify the bathroom and the stairs to be more accessible. He is asking for some kind of guarantee that I will not be developing the site for 5 years, as they are only eligible for grants every 5 years, and if they are renting, they need to be in there for 5 years to be considered (apparently). Now, I have not made any plans to do anything specific with the property - my position was always that while ever it is tenanted, I would let it run its course, but it will definitely need some work at some point (either full reno, or maybe knock down and rebuild). I can almost guarantee no changes for 2-3 years, but my certainty decreases the further out I project. Especially after the last 12 months, a lot can change in that period of time! Additionally they have asked for a reverse cycle air con to be installed. I'm inclined to go ahead with that, not a massive cost, but not sure if I would bump the rent after that. If the bathroom reno went ahead, arguably I am benefiting off that, so maybe I would just absorb the cost for this tenant. Any thoughts or observations on this would be appreciated. I've asked the PM their opinion too, waiting for a response. Cheers, Inertia.