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Becoming a homeowner on Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander communal land

Through the Queensland Housing Strategy 2017 – 2027, the Queensland Government is committed to providing residents of remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities with the opportunity to achieve sustainable private home ownership.

The department is working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Councils, Trustees, and communities to enhance and simplify pathways to home ownership within their communities. This includes the resolution of outstanding entitlements (such as Land Holding Act leases and lease entitlements) and supporting the sale of social housing properties to tenants.

For more information contact the Remote Home Ownership team on HHSRemoteHomeOwnership@hpw.qld.gov.au.



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