In this study, a computer program based on the iterative analytical procedure has been developed for the three-dimensional analysis of reinforced concrete frames with beam, column and shear-wall elements in cracked state. ACI and probability-based effective stiffness models are used for the effective moment of inertia of the cracked members. In the analysis, shear deformation effects are also taken into account, and the variation of the shear rigidity due to cracking is considered by employing the reduced shear stiffness models available in the literature. The computer program is based on an iterative procedure which is subsequently verified experimentally through a reinforced concrete wall-frame test. The effectiveness of the analytical procedure is also illustrated through a practical three-dimensional reinforced concrete shear wall frame example. The iterative analytical procedure can provide an accurate and efficient prediction of deflections of reinforced concrete structures due to cracking under service loads. The main advantage of the proposed procedure is that the variations in the flexural stiffness of each member in the reinforced concrete structures can be observed explicitly.