The Residential Tenancies Council of Australia (RTCA) says the program has seen a record number of clients over the past three years, with a large majority of them from women.
The RTCA said in a statement that the program was successful because the clients were able to build trust and confidence in their new homes.
But it warned that there were some concerns over how long the program should last.
The group said it wanted to see more detailed information about the program, including how it was used and how many people had been referred to it.
What you should know about the Residential Tenancy Council of America (RCTA) program and what it can do for you: RTCa has introduced a number of new programs over the last three years in the hopes of easing the housing crisis.
Here are some of the highlights: The Residential Residential Tenants Council of NSW, launched in 2016, is an all-inclusive residential counselling service for renters.
It offers a range of services, from help with moving house to finding housing support, as well as financial counselling and counselling in-person.
There are also programs for domestic violence survivors, survivors of mental health issues and young people.
It also provides support for families in crisis and the elderly.
The program is run by the RTC a new Australian government-funded organisation, which has expanded from the previous Australian Residential Tenents Council of Victoria.
It’s run by a team of more than 20 staff, including three from RTCs chief executive, Andrew Smith.
The service also offers financial counselling, including financial planning, debt management, and property tax advice.
Its most recent report on the program concluded it was effective at reducing the number of households struggling to rent.
A pilot program for couples and families aged 25 to 49 has been running in the city of Melbourne for the last five years, and is now looking at whether it can be expanded to a larger region.
The project is expected to provide services to about 400 clients, with some of those expected to have experienced homelessness.
The company said it would continue to increase its caseload, including to help families in need.
The other RTC program, the Australian Residential Property Trust, launched last year and provides support to tenants in emergency situations, such as people who are experiencing domestic violence.
It provides counselling, advice and support to landlords, and supports tenants in dealing with problems such as mould and mould issues, as long as they are not the direct cause of their problems.
It has also been looking into how the program could expand to other parts of the country.
What the RCTA says about the RTSA program: RTSa is run out of the RTAC offices in Canberra, Victoria and the Gold Coast, with the majority of staff coming from other agencies, including the RTF and the Department of Human Services.
It is run as an independent non-profit organisation, with its mission being to: help people find housing, and