ONLINE RENT PAYMENTS
Put Rent on Autopilot for You and Your Tenants
Get rent on time, every month, every time. Unlike Zelle, Venmo, or physical checks, our tool allows you to securely collect and keep record of rent payments in one place.
You’ll get easy tracking, payment history, automatic reminders and late fees, receipts, and automatic payments — for free.
Get rent on time, every month, every time.
Unlike Zelle, Venmo, or physical checks, you’ll get easy tracking, payment history, automatic reminders and late fees, receipts, automatic payments, and much more — all for free.
DESIGNED BY LANDLORDS. FOR LANDLORDS.
Everything You Need to Manage Your Rental
Make rental management easier and have ready-to-go tools for every step of your landlord journey.
landlord-focused rent collection
Simplify the Way You Get Rent
TurboTenant lets your tenants pay how they want so you can avoid any delays to your bottom line.
Made Just for Landlords
Other payment options charge fees to landlords, have payment limits, don’t offer Autopay or auto late fees, and provide little to no customer support. We do the opposite.
Easily View Payment History
Keep a clear “paper trail” of all payments made with our exclusive Payments Dashboard. A record system can simplify year-end accounting and help resolve any disputes.
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Collect Rent Online: Free for Landlords
(and Most Tenants)
With TurboTenant, rent collection is fee-free for landlords. Your tenants only incur a cost if they pay by credit or debit card.
ACH (Bank Transfer)
For both you and your tenants
Credit or Debit Card
Convenience fee for tenants
Software You Can Trust
TurboTenant landlords have collectively received more than $400 million through our platform. Learn how you can get paid faster with our Premium Plan subscription.
HOW DO WE COMPARE?
Unlike Venmo or Zelle, TurboTenant is built for landlords, by landlords.
You’re running a business, not collecting money from friends.
Depending on your bank, Zelle can limit the amount of money your tenants can send to $1,000 per day or $5,000 per month. It puts a real damper on collecting a deposit and first month’s rent both at the same time.
Come tax season, you don’t want rent payment line items alongside your friend paying you back for dinner.
Your tenants just paid you a lot of money. They deserve to know you got it.
In some states, once a renter pays you any amount, you may not be able to evict them. Giving renters your Venmo user name could cause problems if things go south.
Tired of remembering to send late fee charges? Want to offer your tenants a way to put their payments on autopilot? Venmo and Paypal don’t offer these services — we do.
Need accounting software that automatically syncs your transactions and rent payments? Ours is easy to set up directly in your account.
Change the Way You Landlord
Join our community of more than 450,000+ independent landlords who rely on TurboTenant to create welcoming rental experiences.