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Housing Australia's purpose is to improve housing outcomes by helping more Australians to access affordable, safe and secure housing.

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    A co-ordinated, collaborative and integrated approach 

    We work together with stakeholders who have a shared ambition to facilitate more housing for more Australians. We bring together all levels of government, institutional investors, lenders, community housing providers, faith-based organisations, private sector developers and construction companies to facilitate and support delivery of more social and affordable housing. 

    We also work with participating lenders to facilitate home ownership for more eligible home buyers. 

    A visual of Houing Australia's key stakeholder groups


    Housing Australia's Achievements

    • Supported Australians in need of affordable housing, including people with a disability, Indigenous Australians, vulnerable women and children, people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people living in regional Australia
    • Approved $4.1 billion in long-term loans to 41 CHPs, supporting over 18,800 new and existing homes and saving these CHPs an estimated* $740 million in interest and fees as well as other indirect costs associated with refinancing
    • Issued over $2.6 billion in bonds, 7 bond issuances with tenors up to 15 years, issued first sustainability bond and floating rate note, in line with international ESG agenda (environmental, social and corporate governance)
    • Establishing social and affordable housing as a new investment asset class, with bonds supported by more than 70 domestic and international institutions, including Australian superannuation funds, sovereign wealth funds and offshore ethical investment funds, leveraging private capital into CHPs
    • Approved over $730 million in infrastructure facilities, to unlock over 11,200 projected new dwellings and accelerate housing supply
    • Helped over 168,000 Australians purchase or build a home by administering the Government's Home Guarantee Scheme
    • Published 16 housing research reports and hosted 5 webinars, providing insights into the nation’s housing sector
    • Published third flagship State of the Nation’s Housing report, focused on housing supply and demand projections.
    • Provided 31 individual CHP and 14 sector-wide capacity building grants, to assist CHPs to develop their financial capability and undertake new developments.

    These achievements are from establishment to 30 June 2024.

    *The total interest savings amount reported is a projection calculated at the time of approval and may vary to the final savings realised by the borrower.

    Housing Australia's 5th Anniversary

    On 12 October 2023, the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC) was renamed Housing Australia. All videos and event recordings published prior to this date will refer to NHFIC. However, these references can now be read as references to Housing Australia.