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This document reports on the data collected under the 2003-04 Commonwealth-State Housing Agreement (CSHA) public rental housing data collection. Two companion reports, Commonwealth-State Housing Agreement National Data Reports 2003-04: State Owned and Managed Indigenous Housing and Commonwealth-State Housing Agreement National Data Reports 2003-04: CSHA Community...
Commonwealth rent assistance (CRA) is a non-taxable income supplement paid through Centrelink to individuals and families who rent in the private rental market.
This bulletin addresses the characteristics of recipients; the accommodation used by recipients; the Centrelink client groups receiving CRA; comparison of recipients...
Rent assistance to tenants in the private rental market is provided through two programs: Commonwealth Rent Assistance (CRA) and Commonwealth State Housing Agreement (CSHA) private rent assistance (PRA).
Almost 497,000 low-income households are spending more than 30% of their income on housing costs, and are classified as being ‘in housing stress’. With 45% of low-income private renters and 42% of low-income mortgagees in housing stress, housing assistance is increasingly an essential ‘safety net’...
In 2005–06 private rent assistance was provided for just under 134,000 households across Australia. Of the $78.4 million spent, about $49 million was provided in bond loans, and $23.6 in rental grants and subsidies. This compares to $79.2 million spent in the previous year, $50.7...
This report presents data from the 2007–08 Commonwealth State Housing Agreement (CSHA) private rent assistance data collection.