Great! Your landlord has invited you to pay online! 

Your landlord is utilizing RentTrack as a convenient way to let you pay online so that you can skip writing a check, buying a money order, sending it in the mail, or dropping it off at the office. 

By using RentTrack to pay online you will now receive the opportunity to start reporting your rental payments to all three major credit bureaus for FREE! We understand rental payments can be your biggest bill every month and we want to help you get the credit you deserve. Any rent payments made on your account can be reported to Experian, Equifax and TransUnion on your behalf as a positive rental tradeline with no added debt to your credit history.

To get started, please use the invitation that was sent to your email. The subject line to that email will state "Your property manager is inviting you to pay online" or you'll receive an invite code via email to get started while attempting to sign up directly on our website.

When you're ready to sign up, you'll start by clicking the "pay rent" button inside the invite email. The email address and password you create through the invite link will now be your credentials to login directly to your account the next time you come back to www.renttrack.com. 

To pay your rent, you'll choose your payment method and select the day you want to be charged on. All payments made on your account will be funded the next business day to your property manager. You can find more information about how to make your payments here and if there are any fees that applies to process your payments.

Typically, the most utilized option for paying rent online is with an E-Check (bank routing and account number). An E-check is sent to your bank as an ACH payment type. This is the best option for most residents who pays online. At some properties, you have the option of using a credit or debit card as well. However with credit or debit cards there is typically a higher processing fee, which will be calculated as a percentage based on the amount you are paying.

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