The RTA is the Queensland Government statutory authority that administers the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (the Act). The RTA is responsible to the Minister for Housing and Public Works.
The income earned from the investment of rental bonds pays for our operating costs.
We work with all sector groups including tenants, property managers and owners, community and industry stakeholder groups and the Queensland Government.
We provide tenancy information, bond management, dispute resolution, investigation, and policy and education services.
Renting that works for everyone
Our Client service charter sets out our commitment to you and lets you know what you can expect when you interact with us.
Useful information (print and digital) for anyone who wants to know about renting in Queensland.
The RTA produces a range of information on our activities, achievements, strategies, finances, data and policies.
The RTA’s client-focused culture supports organisational learning, innovation and high performance.
The RTA investigates alleged offences under the Act.
The Act outlines the rights and responsibilities of tenants and property managers/owners in the residential rental sector in Queensland.
The RTA is governed by a board of directors which consists of a Chair and six directors. Board members are appointed by the Governor in Council.
The RTA discloses as much non-personal information as possible, allowing greater access to information.