About Us

Who we are

BondSure aims to reduce the up-front burden of paying a rental bond by offering tenants a reasonable alternative to cash or credit card, through fortnightly or monthly repayments. With insurance, BondSure can help protect the bond against accidental damage or extra cleaning costs which often erodes a bond at the end of the lease.

BondSure Lending Pty Ltd (BondSure) is a credit representative operating under the Australian Credit License of AMA Finance Pty Ltd (ACL 437199). BondSure also acts as an authorised representative of its associated company Woodina Underwriting Agency Pty Ltd (ACN 151 854 698, AFSL 418755). Woodina is a specialist insurance coverholder for certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s.

Meet the team

Michael Wood

BondSure was founded by Michael Wood, an insurance entrepreneur with over 30 years’ experience, focused on applying innovative approaches to traditional insurance products.

Paul Mylott

Chief Executive
A real estate professional with a career spanning over 35 years. He has been a multiple office owner, trainer and business coach. Most recently, 20 years as GM/CEO to one of Australasia’s biggest real estate brands, Century 21.

Seen enough?
June 2, 2017
Michael Wood on Your Property Empire, Sky Business
Michael Wood on Your Property Empire

BondSure’s founder Michael Wood appeared on Your Property Empire hosted by Chris Gray on Sky News Business Channel on 29th May 2017 to discuss BondSure’s Rental Bond Loans and Rental Bond Insurance which is an Australian first. Video Transcription Chris Gray: Moving home could be a very costly exercise, especially if you’re renting and you […]

May 24, 2017
Starting a Tenancy in NSW?

As a new tenant in New South Wales, you have rights under the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 and Residential Tenancies Act Regulation 2010. Wondering what that means for you? You’ve come to the right place! This blog post explains NSW laws about starting a tenancy. It covers information about different types of tenancy agreements, additional […]

May 24, 2017
New Tenant Checklist – NSW

Ready to start a tenancy in New South Wales? At the start of your tenancy, there’s a number of things that you should be given that are there to protect you when you enter into a lease agreement. You’re committing to a legally binding contract and there won’t be a cooling-off period, so you’ll definitely […]