Published on 14/07/2020
Social and affordable housing refers to housing that is (at least in part) subsidised by the government. Social housing is a form of rental housing provided and/or managed by government or non-government organisations and rented out at below market rent. Affordable housing is a rental dwelling available through a housing assistance program that provides for a specified level of below market rent, with eligibility typically targeting households on low to moderate incomes.
NHFIC’s broader activities supporting investment by Community Housing Providers (CHPs) in social and affordable housing through its bond aggregator allows us to generate unique research insights into this area of housing.
This section covers research and data looking at social and affordable housing across Australia.