Digital signing for your home loan

View, sign and return your home loan documents anytime. Less waiting, less running around.

After your home loan’s been approved

1. Check your emails

We’ll send you an email which tells you everything you need to know to sign your documents online. You’ll be able to log in securely using an SMS code.

2. View and sign

If there are multiple people on the application, only one person can sign at a time. After the first person has signed, the next person will receive an email to sign, and so on. The Mortgage Form can’t be signed online if any of the properties on the application are in ACT, NT, TAS or WA. You'll need to print, sign and post all your Mortgage Forms back to us instead.

3. Download a copy

Once the documents have been completed, they’ll automatically be sent back to us. You’ll get a final signed copy to download and keep.


Less running around

Receive, sign and return documents in a matter of hours, not days.

Easy guidance

Signing tags and input fields show you what to do. Your digital signature acts in the same way as your written one.

Less paper

Forget paper contracts. Read, sign and send directly from your tablet or computer.

Secure and confidential

You’ll need an SMS code to log in, and we’ll keep an electronic record (audit trail) of your signed documents.

Prefer the old fashioned way?

If you’d rather sign and return paper copies of your documents, just get in touch with your Home Lending Specialist or Broker.

We’re here to guide you

Info at your fingertips

DocuSign® is a third-party website we use that allows customers to sign documents electronically. As of 2019, it’s used by over 200 million people all over the world, and is the most widely used way of signing securely online.

Your documents are encrypted, so they can’t be read by anyone except us (and your broker, if applicable). We keep a copy of your documents, and we’ve also added an extra layer of security, so you’ll need email access and an SMS code to view your documents.

You can sign almost all your loan documents completely online.

​​Due to state laws, the Mortgage Form can’t be signed online if any of the properties on the application are in ACT, NT, TAS or WA. Please print, sign and post all your Mortgage Forms back to us instead.

We’re working towards a paperless experience, but right now laws in certain states mean this document can’t be signed online — yet.

In DocuSign®, we’ve created instructions on how to complete the Mortgage Form and provided a reply-paid label that you can print and stick to the front of an envelope.

You should receive an email from DocuSign® after your home loan has been approved and reviewed by your Home Finance Manager or Broker. Only one person can sign at a time – so if there’s more than one person on the application you’ll receive an email when it’s your turn to sign.

Make sure to check:

  • Your email address and mobile number are up to date
  • Log into our Home Loan Application Tracker (if you haven’t received an application tracker email, contact your Home Finance Manager or broker)
  • Your junk or spam folders (if it’s a work address, it might be blocked)
  • If you have a DocuSign® account and opted out of notifications, check your settings in ‘My preferences’.

What to expect after signing

Things you can consider to make the most of your loan throughout your journey as a homeowner.

Help at every stage

Your Home Lending Specialist or Broker will be able to help you with any questions at any time. Talk on the phone, meet at a branch, or have a Mobile Lending Manager come to you.

Digital signing – some exclusions apply. Due to state laws, restrictions apply to digitally signing the Mortgage Form in some States and Territories. Customers must have access to a device (computer or tablet recommended) with internet and email access.

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