What is the NRS PO6 Management Screen used for in Chintaro Insights?

The NRS PO6 Management screen in Chintaro Insights is designed to show you how your organisation is tracking against key metrics within Performance Outcome 6 - Management, based on the requirements of the National Regulatory System Community Housing (NRSCH). 


Use the following section of this solution to find where the data for this screen is populated in Chintaro.


Where does the information in Chintaro Insights - NRS PO6 Management Screen come from?


Screen and Section Name
Screenshot in Chintaro Insights
Description Reference within Chintaro
PO 6.1a Occupancy RateOccupied units as a percentage of the total number of tenancy units.
Reports and Exports > Reports > Property and Maintenance >Occupancy Report

Calculation :


6.1.12 Total number of tenancy units" - "6.1.1 Number vacant tenantable tenancy units)/"6.1.12 Total number of tenancy units

6.1.1 Vacant Tenantable UnitsNumber of vacant tenantable tenancy units as at 30 June.
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.1 Number Vacant Tenantable Tenancy Units
6.1.12 Tenancy UnitsTotal number of tenancy units including all occupied and vacant tenantable, vacant untenantable, vacant (other) at 30 JuneReports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.12 Total number Tenancy Units
PO 6.1b Tenancy TurnoverTenancy exits as a percentage of the average number of tenancies last two years 
Calculation


6.1.6 Tenancy exits for the year / [(6.1.4 Number tenancies (previous year) + 6.1.5 Number tenancies (current year)) / 2]

6.1.6 Tenancy ExitsTotal exits (for whatever reason including eviction) for year to June 30

Tenancy exit is defined as any ending of a tenancy including evictions
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.6 Number of tenancy exits
6.1.4 Number of Tenancies last yearNumber of tenancies at 30 June (of previous year)
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.4 Number tenancies (previous year)
6.1.5 Number of Tenancies this yearNumber of tenancies at 30 JuneReports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.5 Number tenancies (current year)
PO 6.1c Vacant TenantableAverage calendar days vacant (tenantable) determined with reference to the total number of actual vacant tenantable properties relet.
Calculation


6.1.7 Calendar days vacant tenantable / 6.1.11 Number vacant tenantable unit relet

Metric
  • <=14 days Green
  •  >14 <29 days Amber
  •  >=29 days Red

6.1.7 Days Vacant TenantableThe number of days all tenancy units were vacant combined into a total figure for the year. These figures are used to calculate the average turnaround time for units.
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.7 Calendar days vacant tenantable
6.1.11 Vacant Tenantable Units ReletTotal number of actual vacant tenantable properties relet during the year to 30 June
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.11 Number vacant tenantable unit relet
PO 6.1d Vacant UntenantableAverage calendar days vacant (untenantable) determined with reference to the total number of actual vacant untenantable properties relet.
Calculation : 


6.1.8 Calendar days vacant untenantable / 6.1.10 Number vacant untenantable unit relet

6.1.8 Days Vacant Untenantable
The number of days all tenancy units were vacant combined into a total figure for the year. These figures are used to calculate the average turnaround time for units.
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.8 Calendar days vacant untenantable
6.1.10 Days Vacant Untenantable Units ReletTotal number of actual vacant untenantable properties relet during the year to 30 June.
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.10 Number vacant untenantable relet
6.1.3 Vacant Other Units
Number of tenancy units (other) vacant as at 30 June.
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.3 Number Tenancy Units vacant (other)
6.1.2 Vacant Untenantable Units

Number of vacant untenantable tenancy units as at 30 June because:

- an agency has chosen not to tenant the unit (e.g. due to tenant welfare issues)

- an agreement exists (i.e. with the State/ Territory housing authority, or another agency with nomination rights) that the tenancy remain vacant.

Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.2 Number Vacant Untenantable Tenancy Units
6.1.9 Days Vacant Other
The number of calendar days vacant (for vacant other units relet during the year to 30 June).
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.1.9 Total calendar days vacant other
Turnaround over TimeGraph showing turnaround time by date. Reports and Exports > Reports > Property and Maintenance > Occupancy Report
PO 6.2a Rent OutstandingRent outstanding from current and ex tenants as a percentage of total potential rental income.
Calculation
6.2.2 Rent outstanding current, ex / 6.2.3 Total potential rental income ($)

PO 6.2b Rent ForegoneTotal rent foregone as a percentage of the total potential rental income..
Calculation
6.2.1 Rent foregone vacant tenantable/6.2.3 Total potential rental income ($)


Metric
  • <=5% Green
  •  > 5% Red
6.2.1 Rent Foregone Vacant TenantableTotal rent foregone (vacant tenantable)


The amount of ‘Rent foregone’ due to each ‘vacant tenantable tenancy unit’ being

vacant, combined into one total figure for the year.

Rent foregone is to be calculated as average rent charged per unit in the last

financial year as a daily rate times the number of days vacant ( See 6.1.7 Calendar

days vacant tenantable)

Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.2.1 Rent foregone vacant tenantable $
6.2.2 Rent Outstanding

Represents the total loss of unpaid rent from current and ex tenants as at 30 June.

This includes current tenant and ex-tenant unpaid rent that has not been written off

to bad debts, and therefore is deemed collectable by the provider.

This is used to calculate metrics 6.2a Rent outstanding which is a measure of rent

arrears.


Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.2.2 Rent outstanding from current/ex tenants
6.2.3 Potential Rental Income

The total rental income for the year based on all tenancy units being fully tenanted.


Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.2.3 Total potential rental income $
Rent Foregone by Program
Rent foregone (vacant tenantable) broken down by Program.
Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.2.1 Rent foregone vacant tenantable $ > Program field
Rent Foregone by CityRent foregone (vacant tenantable) broken down by City.

Reports and Exports > Statutory Reporting Analyser > National Regulatory System (NRS) > 6 Management > 6.2.1 Rent foregone vacant tenantable $ > City field