Access Bond facility
Draw on the extra funds you’ve paid into your bond by linking your Standard Bank home loan and bank, savings or business account.
Some of the benefits
Spend or save
Key things to know about your Access Bond
How it works
- You tell us whether your additional payments must be used to pay off your bond sooner, or if you prefer your monthly repayments to be reduced
- We link your home loan to your bank, savings or business account*
- You can transfer funds from your home loan using our ATMs or online banking
- Funds need to be transferred in multiples of R 1 000
*The facility is deactivated if you miss any payments on your account. You may have to re-apply for an Access Bond once your account is up to date.
What it costs
- Your existing monthly service fees will remain on your account
- No fees for electronic transfers to or from your Access Bond
- Cash deposit fees apply
See 2021 pricing guide
What you’ll need
- A home loan with us*
- A bank, savings or business account with us
*Bonds excluded: Vacant Land, JumpStart, Cost Inclusive, Building Loans, Commercial Loans
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