Housing Investment Fund
At the Housing Summit in October 2022, the Housing Investment Fund (HIF) was boosted to $2 billion to support a revised target of 5,600 social and affordable home commencements by 30 June 2027. Greater support is now available through the HIF for affordable housing solutions, as well as social housing, enabling a greater segment of the market to participate in bringing forward new housing and supporting the State’s commitments under the National Housing Accord.
The HIF provides subsidies, one-off capital grants and other support to encourage developers, builders, Registered Community Housing Providers (RCHPs), tenancy managers, institutional investors and superannuation funds to partner to develop, finance and operate additional social and affordable housing supply in Queensland.
Long-term, quality housing will be provided for people at risk of experiencing homelessness, people escaping domestic violence, First Nations people, single older women, families, young people, seniors and people with disability.
The HIF is a key enabler of the Housing and Homelessness Action Plan 2021–25, including the Queensland Housing Investment Growth Initiative (QHIGI), the largest concentrated investment in social and affordable housing in Queensland’s history.
Find out more about the Housing Investment Fund.
- Last updated:
- 9 February 2023