RealtyAssist offer settlement advances which allows home sellers to access their home's equity from a sale early without waiting for the funds to be released from the bank. A settlement advance can be an alternative to a traditional bridging loan.
Your house is under offer and proceeding to settlement.
You or your broker requests a settlement advance on RealtyAssist’s portal.
We review the information required.
We instantly pay your advance request to your chosen account.
Get your settlement funds in advance today.
We do not require a credit check on your history.
Unlike banks, we will not charge you an application or admin fee.
Simply pay a once-off credit fee of 3.49% of your advance amount for the first 60 days.*Apply now
Super easy, fast and reliable.
|No Credit Check|
|No Application Fee|
|Once-off Credit Fee|
|Same Day Pre-Approval|
|Funds Within 48 Hours|
James sold his property on a Tuesday and wished to attend an auction on the upcoming Saturday to purchase his new property. Unfortunately, the banks advised a wait time of approximately 14 days to get a bridging loan in place. This would mean James would miss out on the auction and perhaps buying his next home.
With RealtyAssist, James advanced $88,000 from his sales settlement and was able to bid at the auction. He was successful in winning the auction.
James got the home he wanted and got the funds in his account within 15 minutes of his application for a small fee of just $3,695.
Helen was looking to purchase in an over 55's. Retired and equity rich but cash poor, she was unable to service a loan for the deposit to make the purchase into the new property.
RealtyAssist was able to help with the entire purchase price of $260,000 and Helen settled on her new place before she settled on her sale. The sold home settled two weeks after she was already happy in her new home.
At RealtyAssist, we’re here to help you unlock the full potential of your cash flow. To understand how we operate and differ from a traditional lender, simply reach out to us below.Contact us
* Interest on overdue amounts will be charged at a rate of 1.5% of the outstanding amount payable on the 61st day and then every 30 days after the due date.