Are you planning to rent in Western Australia? RentBond can help to cover the cost of your rental bond, rent in advance and move.

RentBond is a rental bond loan made available through rent.com.au. You can use RentBond to pay your rental bond, two weeks rent-in-advance and other moving costs and repay it over time.

A RentBond loan is designed to ease the financial pressure that’s often associated with moving house in Western Australia.

Moving from one rental to another and only need short-term bond assistance to cover your moving period while you wait on your bond return? RentBond’s 21-day interest-free period can fund your bond at no cost if you can repay it within the first 21 days.

The RentBond application is 100% online, which makes it easy to apply, no matter where you live in Western Australia.


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How do I know if I’m eligible for a rental bond loan?

It’s simple to apply for RentBond! When you’re ready to apply, complete an online application at rent.com.au. Once you’ve been approved and your contract is accepted, you can opt to have the loan amount paid to your bank account or to your agent.

Your RentBond application will be assessed on a range of factors, including your income, your ability to repay the loan and your past credit history.

How do I know if I’m eligible for a RentBond loan?

Your RentBond application will be assessed on a range of factors, including your income, your ability to repay the loan and your past credit history.

Do you meet these loan requirements?

  • Be 18 years of age or older and living in Australia
  • Have not entered into bankruptcy or a part 9 agreement within the last 12 months
  • Be willing to provide your bank statements online. (Please note, bank statements can only be submitted via our secure online service).

Can I get a bond loan interest-free?

Renters across WA (and Australia-wide) often face having to pay for a new rental bond before their previous bond is returned. If you’re waiting on your bond return, RentBond can make a great short-term loan option.

You can use RentBond to secure your new place and pay the loan back when your bond is returned – with no interest or fees attached.

Even better, with RentBond’s 21-day interest-free period, If you pay your loan in full within the first 21 days, you won’t pay any interest or other costs. If you can’t pay it back in 21 days, you can pay it back over the loan term. Interest, fees, and charges will apply.

Have questions about RentBond?
For support with your loan request, contact Rent.com.au on rentbond@rent.com.au or phone 1300 736 810 (Monday – Friday, 8.30AM to 6.30PM AEST), or Fair Go Finance on 1300 324 746 (Monday – Friday, 8.30AM to 6.30PM AEST, Saturday 10AM to 2PM AEST).

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Western Australia’s bond assistance loan scheme

In Western Australia, the Housing Authority offers bond assistance and two weeks rent in advance as an interest-free loan. This scheme is designed to help people obtain accommodation in the state’s private rental market.

The amount you can borrow is dependent upon your circumstances. To be eligible for Western Australia’s loan scheme, you must meet the Bond Assistance Loan Scheme limits; not have assets above $2,500 for singles without dependents, $5,000 for singles with dependents and $5,000 for couples with or without dependents, and should be 16 years or over.

How do I apply for bond assistance in WA?

Looking for financial support with your housing situation? If you would like to apply for bond assistance through the Housing Authority, complete a Bond Assistance Application form. Print out the form and fill it in before taking it to a Housing Authority office with written proof of income and identification.

If you have questions about the Housing Authority’s loan scheme, contact your local office today.

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