Early access to your rental income

Get paid now and let your tenant pay us later...

Calculate how much you can get

How much rent does your tenant pay each week?

No banks, no loans, no interest

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We offer landlords a better alternative to borrowing money

The banks have made borrowing money too complicated. We believe there should be a simpler way to solve Australian landlords’ cashflow needs without the red tape.

If you’ve got an investment property and a tenant, why shouldn’t you be able to get the rent paid upfront? Enter FutureRent. The secret’s in the name, it’s as simple as that. No banks, no hidden fees, no BS. Just your ‘future rent’, today.

Why borrow money, when you can unlock your own?

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Alan, NSW

"Highly recommend Future Rent! What a great and reliable lending company! Definitely will use it again and again! Thanks for your great job!"

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"Amazing service, great clarity and very easy to deal with. Looking for my next property to get future rent on! Thanks!"

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Chris, NSW

"The team at Future Rent were amazing to work with. The concept is brilliant. This helped me out immensely and I got money upfront instantly. The guys are awesome!! Extremely friendly, helpful and professional. I highly recommend them!!!"

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of your prepaid rent

no hidden fees or charges

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No impact on your credit

just your rent upfront

Calculate how much you can get

For example, if your tenant pays $700 per week

you can get either

$14,000 upfront

20 weeks upfront

fixed cost of 5.5%

You get $14,000 upfront, FutureRent gets $14,770 over 6 months (i.e. total cost of $770)

Here's a breakdown of the rent


Each week
Total
(6 months)
Paid by tenant
$700
$18,250

Repayments to FutureRent

$567
$14,770

Remaining to you
(landlord)

$133
$3,480

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OR

$26,600 upfront

38 weeks upfront

fixed cost of 9.9%

You get $26,600 upfront, FutureRent gets $29,233 over 12 months (i.e. total cost of $2,633)

Here's a breakdown of the rent


Each week
Total
(12 months)
Paid by tenant
$700
$36,500

Repayments to FutureRent

$561
$29,233

Remaining to you
(landlord)

$139
$7,267

more info

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General Enquiries:

Mon - Fri : 9am - 5pm AEST (excluding public holidays)

helpteam@futurerent.com.au

Tel: (02) 9358 1556

Frequently asked questions

Your property manager will need to find a new tenant as soon as possible. There is no additional cost to you.

Nothing, your property manager continues to collect the rent from the tenant and simply allocates part of the rent to repay FutureRent.

You get paid a lumpsum of rent early and FutureRent gets paid back by your tenant.

We enter into a type of lease that gives FutureRent the right to collect a fixed amount of rent from your investment property. Once we collect the fixed amount, our agreement will end.

No. That’s the best part. After we’ve paid you, we simply collect the fixed amount of rent we agreed to receive from the tenant of your investment property. See ‘What is a rental prepayment service’ above.

  • Your investment property must be located in our service area
  • Your investment property must be owned in your personal name/s
  • A property management agreement must be in place
  • You must have good credit history, with no recent history of bankruptcy or insolvency
  • If you’re applying for our Rented service, your investment property must be tenanted
  • If you’re applying for a 6 month repayment term, we simply check your credit score is above 600
  • If you’re applying for a 12 month repayment term, we check your credit score is above 600 and confirm any loans owing on your investment property total less than 80% of the value of the property

It’s simple, you can pay out the fixed amount of rent FutureRent is yet to receive before settlement or from sale proceeds.