Paying rent is as easy as paying for your morning coffee. Use a credit or debit card, Apple Pay, or Google Pay, and spend no more than a minute! We support all major credit and debit card issuers and offer this feature to users from 50+ countries.
Rental payments are processed with the highest level of encryption thanks to our integration with Stripe. You can rest assured that your sensitive data will never be compromised.
Due Date Reminders
Never pay late again thanks to our due date reminders! Each month, a few days before your rent is due, you’ll receive an email with a nudge that it’s time to pay. No last-minute stress, no late fees — just pure convenience.
No need to dig through your junk drawer to locate your checkbook and a pen that works. You also don’t have to drive to the bank to withdraw a pile of cash. Use the credit card you have on file to pay, and knock this task off your to-do list in just a few seconds!
Finally, we’ve created a way to make rental payments even easier for you! All you have to do is set up recurring payments with AutoPay once, and Rentberry will take care of the rest. Your landlord will receive monthly payments in time, and you don’t have to lift a finger.
Rent Payments FAQ
How to pay rent online?
To pay rent online using Rentberry, you have to be signed up to our platform and receive the invitation to pay rent from your landlord.
Is Rentberry.com safe for rental payments?
Yes, absolutely! Here on the Rentberry platform, we use Stripe for rental payments — it’s secure for both parties thanks to the company’s superior safety standards.
Is it safe to pay rent in cash?
We recommend avoiding paying rent in cash at all costs. Paying online makes it easy to trace, provides you with proof of payment, and allows you to dispute the transaction if any issue occurs.
How much rent should you pay based on your salary?
The general rule of thumb is to spend not more than one-third of your monthly income on rent. If you need some tips and advice, check out our article dedicated to calculating how much you should spend on rent.
What happens if you don't pay rent?
Not paying rent is one of the main grounds for eviction, which can hurt your credit score, but the specifics can depend on your state laws.