The director of Angus Housing Association has expressed his delight after a positive report from the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR).
The average time it took to complete emergency repairs was 2.2 hours, compared to a national average of 6.9 hours.
Non-emergency repairs were completed in an average of 6.2 days, two days fewer than the national average.
However, just 79% of homes met the Scottish Housing Quality standard compared to a national average of 85.4%.
As of March this year, Angus Housing Association (AHA) owned 1,749 homes. Total rent due for the year was £6.6 million. Its weekly rent increased by an average of 3.6% from the previous year.
AHA director Bruce Forbes said: “While we have bettered or gotten close to the Scottish average in all of the key SHR indicators, I remain unconvinced as to the relevance of many of the indicators in informing either ourselves or our tenants as to the areas where we need to improve.
“I am delighted, however, that in the key area of value for money, where performance and comparisons can be accurately reported and clearly understood, Angus Housing Association has performed outstandingly well.”