Yfoundations, with the support of the Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) and Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ), has developed the Foot in the Door; community training for property managers. This program is designed to equip private real estate agents with the information and skills to better understand vulnerable tenant groups to increase the likelihood of accessing and sustaining tenancies and working collaboratively with SHS and Community services.
Stay tuned for our 2021 dates!
Training and Information for Property Managers
Do you currently have tenants in distress?
Are you looking for innovative avenues to source new and well-qualified tenants?
Foot In The Door is a free online information session for all Property Managers and Real Estate professionals who want to keep up-to-date on:
Awareness and informed response to current social issues such as homelessness, domestic violence, and mental health has never been so important for the property industry than they are right now!
Training and Information for SHS and Community workers
Yfoundations, with the support of DCJ (Department of Communities and Justice), has recognised the need to better support the sector in working across the areas of private Real Estate engagement.
Are you a caseworker wanting to understand how you can improve Real Estate engagement within your service?
We are taking expressions of interest from both individual workers and services who are interested in learning more about how implementing Foot in the Door could work in your local area.
For more information on the Foot in the Door program please contact Lauren Brown – 02 8306 7906 – email@example.com
To learn more about the work that has been implemented under the Foot in the Door program and an overview of program outcomes, please find the full evaluation report here.
Property Managers – click the video links below to understand more about how working with services can support your tenants, and the positive impact you can have on a vulnerable young person today.
Work with us towards a society where all young people are valued, engaged and supported.