Housing Investment Fund
The $1 billion Housing Investment Fund will generate $40 million a year in returns, for new housing supply.
We are calling on developers, institutional investors, registered community housing providers and eligible government entities to bring forward innovative proposals to add new social homes and affordable housing builds, refits or refurbishments across Queensland.
The Housing Investment Fund is targeting four housing supply priorities to increase social housing and affordable housing:
- homelessness and rough sleeping
- diverse rental supply
- housing choices for seniors
- homes for large households.
Long-term, quality housing will be provided for people at risk of experiencing homelessness, women and children escaping domestic violence, First Nations people, single older women, families, young people, seniors and people with disability.
We can help reduce general market demand, particularly for vulnerable people on low or fixed incomes, by providing more social and affordable homes.
Find out more about the Housing Investment Fund on the QHIGI website.
- Last updated:
- 28 October 2021