Now every estate agent can get their own personalised bond origination platform

As a real estate agent, having a trusted bond originator on your team is critical to making deals happen. Working with buyers you need to optimise your time and ensure you pre-qualify them for finance as a first step.

With this in mind, we've developed a new MyProperty Home Loans platform that offers smarter bond origination services for buyers and estate agents as an integrated service.

While the service is seamlessly integrated with your Flex real estate websites (see example here and this blog post on how we save you time) we also had enquiries from non-Entegral clients on how they can utilise this service, so have put a solution in place. 

Your own dedicated bond origination service platform

As an individual estate agent or estate agency, you can now order your dedicated, branded home loan services page on MyProperty. Have a look at this example

With a dedicated URL and branded page, you can offer your buyers:
  • Online pre-qualifications done by our team through a central hub. As an added service, we also offer professional consultations for buyers with bad credit scores.
  • Online applications once OTPs are signed.
  • A team that overseas and tracks the bond application process and consults with the various banks for the best home loan rates for your clients.
What's really great is that buyers are sent a branded pre-qualification certificate like this so you are kept top-of-mind:

Once you've submitted your first application you will also get access to our new home loan status tracking dashboard. Here you can track application statuses and know exactly what is going on with each client:

There are no costs and setup takes only one day. For high-volume clients, we can also set up a dedicated and custom branded subdomain on your website, e.g.

Ready to get going? Contact our team at

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