DEFT Auction Pay removes the need for cheques when purchasing a property, at auction and by private treaty, by giving buyers the convenience of paying their deposit electronically.1
No need to increase bank transfer limits – if the buyer has the available funds in their account, the payment can be made.
Agents and buyers receive an immediate payment confirmation email for peace of mind.
Accounts teams don’t need to wait for sales information to be provided by agents – they’ll receive an email receipt.
No need to share sales trust account details or rely on screenshots as proof of payment.
Speak to the bank that takes your business further.
When you request a call, we’ll ask you a few quick questions so we can match you with the right industry specialist. They’ll get to know more about your real estate business before taking you through a range of solutions.
If you are a home buyer or seller, please contact your real estate agent who can enquire about DEFT Auction Pay on your behalf.
All you need is a sales trust account with Macquarie which enables access to DEFT – our secure, trusted payments platform – so you can get started with DEFT Auction Pay straight away.
No more bank cheques for a potentially unknown deposit amount. Instead, you only need a few things on the day.
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When you request a call, we’ll ask you a few quick questions so we can match you with the right industry specialist. They’ll get to know more about your business before taking you through a range of solutions. You’ll then be able to compare your options and select the solution that’s right for you.
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