NRAS approved participants and tenancy managers

NRAS issues financial incentives to organisations that provide people on low to moderate incomes with an opportunity to rent homes at a rate that is at least 20 per cent below market value rent. NRAS homes are not social housing—they are affordable private rental homes.

Organisations participating in the Scheme are known under the NRAS legislation as approved participants. Approved participants are involved in managing NRAS properties, liaising with the Department and ensuring compliance with the Scheme.

Approved participants are eligible to receive the NRAS incentive for each approved dwelling where the conditions of allocation for the dwelling are met including the condition that they are rented to eligible low and moderate income households at a rate that is at least 20 per cent below market value rent.

Approved participants may contract a service provider to manage NRAS properties on their behalf. These service providers are known to the Department as tenancy managers.

Information for approved participants and tenancy managers

NRAS Portal and IT Project

Application forms for NRAS incentives

Application forms for variations

Reconsideration and Internal Review Guidelines

The Reconsideration and Internal Review Guidelines have been developed to assist approved participants who are seeking a reconsideration, or an internal review of a decision made by the Secretary or delegate. The Guidelines provide information on the processes to follow when seeking a reconsideration or an internal review of decision.

NRAS legislation, regulations and policy guidelines

NRAS performance reporting

Correspondence

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