Your complete journey from renting to buying

Navigating the rental market can be hard. We can help make it simple.

The rental market in most of Australia’s capitals can be incredibly competitive. Our renters’ hub can help you stand out from the competition, and give you tips on getting the most from your renting experience. And when you’re ready to buy, we can help with that too.

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Coming out on top


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8 top tips for a successful rental application.

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Know your rights


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What your landlord can and can’t do.

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Choosing a flatmate


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Where to advertise to find someone who won’t drive you crazy.

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Flat-sharing fairly


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How to decide which flatmate gets the best room.

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Renting with pets


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How to find pet-friendly properties.

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Ready to buy?


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Let us guide you through the process step-by-step.

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Home Loan Offers

Important Information*
UBank UHomeLoan Variable Rate - Discount Offer for Owner Occupied Variable P&I Rate — borrowing $700,000 or more

Pay no application or ongoing fees and get access to a redraw facility and flexible repayment schedule. Refinance to a UBank loan and you could get $1,000 in your USaver account (offer conditions apply).

Newcastle Permanent Building Society Premium Plus Package Home Loan - New Customer Offer ($150,000+ Owner Occupier, P&I)

New borrowers or refinancers from another lender get a discounted rate with this package loan.

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