Housing Choices Australia works in partnership with a wide range of government, support providers, corporate organisations and fee-for-service partners, to enhance and increase our impact in the social and affordable housing markets.


Government partners

Community housing has received significant support from all three levels of government as the issue of housing affordability continues across the country. Government support can take many forms, and through this funding we are able to increase the supply of affordable housing.

Government funding includes:

  • grants to fund construction of new housing
  • low interest loans
  • opportunities to manage the tenancy and maintenance of government-owned rental housing
  • in some cases ongoing funding to support a particular housing program
  • Commonwealth Rent Assistance
  • reduced council rates
  • access to council land
  • planning assistance.

Community partners

We partner with a range of support services and community organisations, providing residents with opportunities to improve their health, wellbeing, and life circumstances.

Our partners cover a variety of sectors including disability, mental health, homelessness, family violence and community support and development. The breadth and diversity of our relationships enables us to meet the immediate and longer-term needs of our residents, so that they can thrive and maintain long-term tenancies.

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Commercial partners

Housing Choices Australia takes a strategic approach to business partnerships, engaging with companies that share our values and help us grow supply of good quality, affordable housing for Australians who are locked out of home ownership and the private rental market.

Commercial partners include construction, development, planners, architects, designers, lending and investment. We continue to diversify our growth opportunities and innovate in the way we deliver on our mission.

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