Landlords and Tenants
Buying A Home
Private Rental
Reports, Papers and Stats
Other Housing Sites

Landlords & Tenants

ACT Civil and Administrative TribunalExternal Link
Tenants' Union ACT incExternal Link
The Renting BookExternal Link


Buying A Home

Most Canberrans can afford the cost of their housing, but some have problems. While housing affordability has improved significantly, affordable housing polices will continue to be essential.

Social housing will remain a significant source of affordable housing in Canberra. However, shortages of capital funds and the need to channel limited resources into purpose-built housing for people with special needs and into the the maintenance of deteriorating stock means that social housing will decrease as a portion of total stock.

In future, the private and community sectors will grow in importance as suppliers of low cost housing. These sectors need to be positioned for this growth in demand.

First Home Owner GrantExternal Link
Stamp DutyExternal Link
Stamp Duty ExemptionExternal Link
Land TaxExternal Link
Rates - GeneralExternal Link
Rates - WaterExternal Link
Energy RatingsExternal Link
Buying a Government House
ACT Revenue Office External Link


Private Rental

Rent AssistanceExternal Link
ACT Civil and Administrative TribunalExternal Link
Rental BondsExternal Link

ANUExternal Link
University of CanberraExternal Link
Canberra TimesExternal Link


Reports, Papers and Statistics

ACT Government Budget PapersExternal Link
Other Housing PublicationsExternal Link
Market Reports - REIAExternal Link


Other Housing Sites

NSW Department of HousingExternal Link
NT Department of HousingExternal Link
QLD Department of HousingExternal Link
SA Housing TrustExternal Link
Housing TasmaniaExternal Link
VIC Office of HousingExternal Link
WA Ministry of HousingExternal Link
Housing Support - Department of Social ServicesExternal Link
HIAExternal Link
REIAExternal Link
AHURI External Link
AIHWExternal Link
NATSEMExternal Link
ACTCOSSExternal Link
ACT ShelterExternal Link