One Flat Fee For Unlimited Properties
From rental marketing to tenant to rent payments, manage your entire rental process with TurboTenant. It’s perfect for great, independent landlords. And unlike the other guys, you pay the same amount no matter how many rental properties you have.
No credit card required to sign up. You can cancel at any time.
After a 30-Day Free Trial
After a 30-Day Free Trial
All the Features You Need to Be a Great Landlord
Plus, we know being a landlord might not be your full-time job. So our Colorado-based team is available to help you out with 7-day-a-week Customer Support.
Everything you need to reach more renters.
Post to Top Listing Websites
Professional Listing Page
Easy Craigslist Postings
Screening & Applications
Make sure you’re renting to the right tenant.
Online Rental Application
Manage your rental professionally.
Hear from some of our 250,000+ landlords
What are your renters charged?
We do charge renters for a few services that are not included with your TurboTenant subscription.
Application & Screening Fee
Credit and Criminal Report
Credit, Criminal, & Eviction Report
Online Rent Payments
Bank Transfer (ACH)
Credit / Debit Card
Optional purchase through SURE.
Is there a free trial? Does it cost anything to sign up? Can I cancel before paying?
Yes! There is a free 30-day trial where you can test out TurboTenant yourself. You don’t need to give your credit card to start the trial, and you can cancel at any time.
Do have I have to pay per property I manage?
Nope! Unlike the other guys out there, TurboTenant is the same flat monthly or annual price no matter how many properties you own or manage.
Why does the application fee range from $35-$45?
There are two screening report options available. The first is the TurboReport which is $35 and includes a credit and criminal background check. The second option is the TurboReport PRO which is $45 and includes an eviction report in addition to the credit and criminal background check.
What if I want to pay for the application fee myself as the landlord?
The most common practice is for the landlord to pass that cost on to the tenant, but landlords can opt to pay this themselves when screening a tenant. This often happens when a landlord has already collected an application fee or if there are application fee restrictions that apply to the property.
When does the renter pay the application fee?
Renters pay when they apply to the property – this allows you to seamlessly get all their information and run a credit, criminal, and eviction check without having to coordinate payment at a later time. If you aren’t looking for an application but still want to screen a tenant, the tenant will pay the fee when they verify their identity for the screening report.
Join 250,000+ independent landlords that choose TurboTenant to streamline how they manage their properties.