The total number of tenancy rental units managed by a service provider organisation.
RepresentationThis representation is based on the value domain for this data element, more information is available at " Total number N[NNN] ".
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Guide for use:
A tenancy unit is a way of counting the maximum number of distinct rentable units that a dwelling structure can contain. In the mainstream community housing data collection tenancy (rental) units are used as one of the main counting units.
Whilst dwellings are used as the main counting unit in the public rental housing and state owned and managed Indigenous housing data collections, the number of tenancy (rental) units is used as a proxy for counting the number of dwellings.
A dwelling structure can be a house, townhouse, duplex, townhouse, flat or boarding/rooming house.
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