Money from the Rent Stabilization Association over the last five years has flowed to state lawmakers and party committees, with its political action committee directing hundreds of thousands of dollars to political causes.

The trade group represents property owners and other agents and has conducted an extensive campaign against stronger rent control laws.

Combined, the Senate Republicans have been the greatest recipient of the RSA PAC’s largesse: The group has donated $620,550 to incumbents and the conference’s campaign committee since 2010, Board of Elections records show.

The SRCC alone received $469,000 since 2010.

And while money from the RSA PAC has relatively scarce to Assembly Democrats overall in the last four-and-a-half years, the Bronx Democratic Committee during Carl Heastie’s leadership received a combined $20,800.

Heastie led the Bronx party committee from 2008 through 2015 and left the chairmanship after he was elected speaker of the Assembly. He was replaced by fellow Bronx Assemblyman Marcos Crespo.

The money sent to other county committees in New York City during this time period has been far less.

The Queens committee received $8,000, while the Kings Democratic County Committee reported $9,000 in contributions. The Manhattan Democrats, meanwhile, reported $5,500 in RSA PAC contributions since 2010.

Assembly Democrats last month approved an extension of rent control laws for New York City and the surrounding areas that ended the practice of vacancy decontrol as well as additional measures aimed at tenant protection, which the RSA has staunchly opposed.

The Independent Democratic Conference’s political action committee, meanwhile, received $5,000 in 2013 from the PAC and its leader, Sen. Jeff Klein of the Bronx, has received $20,500 in contributions.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has been criticized by tenant advocates during the ongoing dispute in Albany, has not received donations from the RSA since taking office as governor in 2011 and did not while he was a candidate for governor.

Before that, Cuomo received a combined $15,000 after he was elected attorney general. For his AG race in 2006, Cuomo received $25,000.

Rent control laws expired last week, but state lawmakers and Cuomo agreed to a temporary extension of the measures which now lapse on Tuesday at midnight.

Senate Republicans have been pushing provisions in the revised laws that would require income and residency verification.