Borrow Your Bond Money

No upfront bond payment

No need to tie up your savings in a bond

BondSure takes away the financial obstacle of an upfront bond payment, with the option of protecting the bond with insurance. It enables renters to better manage other upfront costs associated with renting, whilst maximising the potential of recovering the full bond back at the end of the tenancy.

BondSure’s rental bond loan caters for bonds of up to $5,000 and tenancies of 6 or 12 months. Bonds are repaid by fortnightly or monthly repayments, with fees payable on Day 1.

Loan Calculator

How much is your bond?


Select the length of your tenancy

6 months
12 months

Annual % Rate


Initial Fee


Monthly Repayment


Total Repayment


Approved applicants only. All applications are subject to lending and approval criteria. Terms, fees and charges apply. Bond Insurance is not included and fees & charges may be payable and the calculator does not take these into account. The repayment amount shown using the calculator is an estimate only. The results from this calculator should be used as an indication only, and they do not represent either a quote or pre-qualification for approval of a loan. This calculator should only be used as a guide to see how loan repayments can vary when you change the loan amount, interest rate and loan term.

EXAMPLE: BondSure bond loan only (no insurance) of $1,000 repaid monthly over 6 months plus an initial fee of $60. Interest rate is APR 20.8% p.a. (Comparison Rate 42.54%). WARNING This and other comparison rates are true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate

Quick and easy process

Step 1

Step 1

Tell us your bond amount and a bit about you.

Step 2

Step 2

Complete your financial assessment and ID check.
No need to forward us statements and payslips, we do everything online.

Step 3

Step 3

You’re approved! Agree to your contract, pay your initial fee, and we’ll organise the bank cheque to be sent to you!

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