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August 22, 2017  |  Author : Haley Anastassiou  | 

How QuickPay Works

TrueRent notifies tenant when rent is due.

Tenant reviews amount due and initiates payment.

Funds transfer electronically from the
Tenant bank to the landlord bank.

Collecting rent has never been so easy!

Imagine never again having to struggle to track down rents every month. Imagine being able to collect rents from the comfort of your own home or anywhere in the world. With nothing more than a computer and a TrueRent account, you can!

With TrueRent QuickPay, tenants can easily transfer rent payments and payments for other fees directly into your bank account. You can also set monthly reminders and alerts to help you and your tenants keep track of payments.

To start the application process for QuickPay, click the ‘Create QuickPay Account’ button below. Note that the application will take 3 business days to process before approval. However, note that there is no application process for tenants; your tenants will be able to use QuickPay as soon as you are approved.


  • Tenants pay for rent directly online through ACH transactions or credit/debit cards.
  • ACH payments can also be disbursed to property owners and vendors.

Application Process

  • For landlords, online rent collection can be setup in as little as one business day.
  • A business checking account is required to apply.
  • A completed application and a voided check are required to apply.
  • A few other supporting documents may be requested during the application process.


  • One time setup fee is cost $35, which is charged upon submission of the application.
  • ACH payments are 100% free for landlords and tenants.
  • Credit/Debit card payments cost 2.5% which is paid
    by the tenant.
  • Updating existing QuickPay accounts will be assessed a $45 fee. For example, changing the bank account where your funds are deposited is considered an account update.
  • Insufficient funds payments will be assessed $25
    per incident.
  • Chargeback Fee: $25 per chargeback (A chargeback fee is charged by the consumers bank when a debit is disputed by the consumer. The fee is passed directly to the landlord/merchant.)

**Disclosure: Blog post are the opinion of the author and represent no guarantees nor do they necessarily represent the opinion of TrueRent and/or its affiliates.