Tenure and landlord type (TENLLD)
Occupied private dwellings
|2||Owned with a mortgage|
|3||Rented: Real estate agent|
|4||Rented: State or territory housing authority|
|5||Rented: Community housing provider|
|6||Rented: Person not in same household|
|7||Rented: Other landlord type|
|8||Rented: Landlord type not stated|
|9||Other tenure type|
|&||Tenure type not stated|
|@||Tenure type not applicable|
Number of categories: 11
- Other tenure type includes dwellings being occupied rent free and dwellings being occupied under a life tenure scheme
- Owned with a mortgage includes dwellings being purchased under a shared equity scheme
Not applicable (@) category comprises:
- Unoccupied private dwellings
- Non-private dwellings
- Migratory, off-shore and shipping SA1s
Question(s) from the Census form
Is this dwelling: (please open this section to view response categories)
Who is this dwelling being rented from?
How this variable is created
This variable is derived from responses to the Tenure type and Landlord type questions on the Census form.
History and changes
The Tenure and landlord type (TENLLD) combined variable was first available for use during the 2011 Census. Prior to this, data was obtained by manually combining the Tenure type (TEND) and Landlord type (LLDD) variables.
For 2021, the category ‘Rented: Housing co-operative, community or church group’ has been reworded to ‘Rented: Community housing provider’, and it has been repositioned to category 5, moving the category ‘Rented: Person not in same household’ to category 6.
‘Other tenure type’ has been rescoped for 2021 to include houses being occupied rent free, which in previous censuses have been covered by the rented categories (4-8), to align with the ABS Standard for Tenure Type.
Data use considerations
'Other tenure type' includes dwellings occupied under a life tenure scheme and dwellings occupied rent free. 'Owned with a mortgage' includes dwellings being purchased under a shared equity scheme (termed a rent/buy scheme in 2011).
This variable does not have a non-response rate as it is created during Census processing by using responses from more than one question on the Census form.