How it works

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What is BondSure?

BondSure takes away the financial obstacle of an upfront bond payment, by allowing allows tenants to pay their rental bond over fortnightly or monthly instalments. BondSure also helps protect the bond against property damage or extra cleaning costs with bond 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 a four-week bond amount up to the value of $5,000, and tenancies of 6 or 12 months.

How does it work?

When a tenant takes out the BondSure loan, the full bond is paid by BondSure to you in the form of a bank cheque made out to the tenancy authority in your sate. You present this cheque to your agent for forwarding to the relevant tenancy authority, which holds the bond until the end of the tenancy. Even if there are claims on the insurance for property damage and extra cleaning costs, subject to a small excess, tenants receive the full bond back from the tenancy authority (if there have been no breaches of the lease, and having paid off the loan.)

What our customers are saying:

Just want to say thank you to BondSure. Getting a new place is exciting until you realise you have to give 4 weeks bond. I will absolutely use them again, no more stress with where I would get the money for bond thing. Oh! And the application takes literally 5min. Amazing!!!

Vanessa was approved for a rental bond loan in NSW
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June 2, 2017
Michael Wood on Your Property Empire, Sky Business
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