Programs & services focussed on housing affordability for Australians, and information on research relating to housing affordability
Programs & services focussed on reducing homelessness among Australians
Social Housing Initiative
More than 19,300 new social housing dwellings will be built under the Social Housing Initiative with the assistance of the not-for-profit sector. Approximately 70,000 dwellings will benefit from the repairs and maintenance element of the Initiative.
Housing Affordability Fund
The Housing Affordability Fund (the Fund) is a five year, $450 million investment by the Australian Government that is helping to reduce the cost of new homes for homebuyers.
National Rental Affordability Scheme
The National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) is a long term commitment by the Australian Government in partnership with the states and territories, to invest in affordable rental housing.
Building Better Regional Cities Program
The objectives of the BBRC Program are to invest in local infrastructure projects that support an increase in the number of homes for sale and rent that are affordable for working families on ordinary incomes
- Housing Assistance and Homelessness Prevention
The Housing Assistance and Homelessness Prevention program provides rental subsidies for low and moderate income households, and funds homelessness prevention initiatives to reduce the impact of homelessness.
Content Updated: 22 August 2013