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The best way to pay rent.

Direct to your landlord

Direct to your landlord

Rent App deposits money directly into your landlord's bank account. No more trips to the ATM, sending checks, or managing app balances.

No fees, no weekly limits

No fees, no weekly limits

Rent App is free for you and your landlord, and the total amount can be sent in a single transaction. You can schedule one-time or repeat payments.

Build credit while renting

Build credit while renting

Rent App brings you closer to homeownership by optionally reporting rent payments to the major credit bureaus.

How it works

01

Connect Bank

Securely log in to the bank account you use to pay rent (we support thousands). You only need to do this once, the connection is encrypted end-to-end, and we never store your credentials.

02

Send Payment

Enter your rent amount and the landlord’s phone number or email. You can add their routing and account details if you have them. Choose a payment date and tap Pay Rent.

03

That’s It

Your landlord will receive a text or email notifying them you paid rent. Once they confirm their bank, the money is on the way. There are no apps to download or accounts to create.

Built for security

End-to-end encryption

End-to-end encryption

Partnering with leading third-party providers like Plaid reinforces our commitment to safety. Together with pervasive encryption practices, our users data always remains secure and confidential.

Top-tier compliance

Top-tier compliance

We're compliant with SOC2 standards, ensuring a secure foundation. We also uphold guidelines set by the CCPA and GDPR, guaranteeing the utmost protection for our user's data.

Proactive defense

Proactive defense

We engage with best-in-class penetration testers and ethical hackers. This practice ensures our systems withstand advanced threats, providing an extra layer of security.

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