National Urban Reconstruction Housing Association (Nurcha) is an innovative development finance company that provides Bridging Finance and Construction Support Services to Contractors and Developers.
We finance and support the construction of Subsidy and Affordable Housing, Infrastructure and Community Facilities. We also provide Account Administration, Project and Programme Management Services to Local and ProvincialAuthorities… www.nurcha.co.za


National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) is a regulator body of the home building industry.  Our goal is to assist and protect housing consumers who have been exposed to contractors who deliver housing units of substandard design, workmanship and poor quality material.Established in 1998, in accordance with the provisions of The Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act (Act No. 95 of 1998) … www.nhbrc.org


National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) is a development finance institutions established by the South African government to fund and facilitate the development of affordable housing. NHFC’s principal mandate is to broaden and deepen access to affordable housing finance and housing structures for the benefit of the low- to middle-income households… www.nhfc.co.za


Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) was established in 1976 in terms of the Estate Agency Affairs Act 112 of 1976 (‘the Act”), with the mandate to regulate and control certain activities of estate agents in the public interest.The EAAB regulates the estate agency profession through ensuring that all persons carrying out the activities of an estate agent as a service to the public are registered with the EAAB… www.eaab.org.za


Housing Development Agency (HDA) was established in 2009 as a public development agency whose mission is fast-tracking the acquisition and release of state, private and communally owned land for human settlement developmentswww.thehda.co.za


The Social Housing Regulatory Authority (SHRA) regulates and invests in the social housing sector in South Africa. It aims to create sustainable communities by … www.shra.org.za

The Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) was established in terms of the Community Scheme Ombud Service Act, 2011 [Act 9 of 2011) to regulate the conduct of parties within community schemes and to ensure their good governance.

Providing an alternative, impartial and transparent service for the resolution of unresolved disputes in community schemes.

The CSOS is classified as a Schedule 3A public entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act and its executive authority is vested in the Minister of Human Settlements.

In terms of section 38 of the CSOS Act, any person in a community scheme may make an application to the CSOS, if such a person is a party to or is materially affected by a dispute, for mediation and adjudication www.csos.org.za