Landlords Should Consider Accepting Online Payments and Advertising It As a Perk

Landlords Should Consider Accepting Online Payments (And Advertising It As A Perk)

Published On: April 19th, 2019Last Updated: June 19th, 2019Categories: Hard MoneyTags: , ,

The average tenant might not even own a checkbook. If they send you a check for rent, it was probably sent through their online banking system. New renters generally hate paying rent this way. They actually would love to be able to use their debit card to pay their rent. They would also love to be able to pay their rent right from their mobile device.

An alternative that can satisfy the desires of the tenant and the financial interests of the landlord is It’s free to set up a Stripe account and it can link right to a bank account. Another option is accepting PayPal. Both of these services offer a subscription service. This allows the tenant to automatically pay their rent on the same day each month without doing a thing.

There are fees involved with these services, but some landlords offer to accept payment in these ways with a convenience fee equal to the cost charged to use these services. Some landlords just raise the rent slightly to cover the cost. Others consider it an amenity.

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