Collecting Rent Online: What are the Best Apps for Landlords?
As more and more financial transactions are performed virtually, landlords are moving away from paper checks and towards collecting rent electronically. Some use peer-to-peer apps to pay rent, such as Zelle, PayPal, or Venmo.
While payment apps are convenient to use, there are some drawbacks as well. We outline the strengths and weaknesses of each of the common payment apps and discuss some online rent collection alternatives that independent landlords can use instead.
We have also updated our winners for the best online rent payment service. In this update are some exciting products that have come to our attention since the last update, as well as revised scores based on changes and improvements to many of the online rent payment tools and apps. Read on to see our winners for the Best Online Rent Payment Service for 2022:
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