Bonds lodged for you
There is so much going on at the start of any tenancy, let myRent take bond lodgement off your hands.
Documents prepared in 2 minutes
myRent will fill out the bond lodgment form for you and have it ready for e-signing by both you and the tenants. myRent will handle the rest.
myRent handles the payment
The tenants pay the bond directly to myRent. myRent lodges and transfers the bonds to Tenancy Services once a week so it will always be lodged within the required 23 days. You will receive an application number as soon as it's lodged.
Bond receipts safely stored
Tenancy Services will provide a bond receipt directly to the landlord and tenants. Upload the bond receipt into your dashboard so it's available throughout the tenancy.
Returning the bond or making a claim
Returning the bond or making a claim is as easy as completing the bond return form which can be shared and signed through the website.
Bond lodgement is included in our $10 management service
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Of course, just make sure you do it within the 23 days. Once you have done this we recommend you upload the bond lodgement form and the bond receipt for safe keeping in your dashboard.
If you have already collected the bond then just upload the bond lodgement form and the bond receipt in your dashboard for safe keeping and access throughout the tenancy.
If there is a dispute regarding the return of a bond then it will need to be resolved through the Tenancy Tribunal. By using myRent you have a full digital record of the tenancy including inspection reports with photos which could prove to be critical in getting a fair outcome.
If you need to make a claim from a bond then you need to complete the bond refund form. You can do this through myRent and once signed you present this to Tenancy Services and they process the correct distribution of the bond.
If there is a dispute regarding the return of a bond then it will need to be resolved through the Tribunal. By using myRent you have a full digital record of the tenancy including Inspection reports with photos which could prove to be critical in getting a fair outcome.