How do I pay multiple invoices?

If you would like to pay more than one invoice at the same time using Online Payments, please go to the Rent page on the left side menu. Here you will see your list of invoices and you will be able to check the invoices you would like to pay. Click the "Pay online" button on the right side of the page:

The following links may be helpful:
How can I pay rent with a credit/debit card?
How can I pay rent with a bank account?

If partial payment settings are enabled (contact your landlord on this matter), you can provide the custom amount you would like to pay for each invoice on the checkout page. Once the amounts are correct, click the “Checkout” button.

Selected invoices can be a payment with a credit/debit card or a bank transfer.

1. Credit payment (payment with credit or debit card):

Enter your card details, including card number, expiration date, CVC, address, first name, and last name. Click "Submit Payment." To save the card for future transactions, toggle the "Save Card" button.

Please note!
A transaction fee is applied per transaction. Debit card and credit card payments have a 3.5% + $0.30 fee. Cards identified by the system as prepaid or unknown are subject to the identical fees as credit cards.

2. Bank transfer (ACH transfers):

If you would like to save your bank account information or pay with an already added bank account, use the “Bank account” option. There you will be able to select the funding source from the drop-down list of Payment options. If the bank account was not added, please click on the Add bank account, agree to Stripe's Terms and Privacy Policy, and follow the instructions on the screen to link your bank account.

Activate ongoing Rent Reporting and enjoy free ACH payments each month you’re enrolled. Here you can read more:
How do I enable free ACH payments?

Once the bank account is specified, click on “Submit payment” to initiate the transaction.

Please note!
A bank or credit union transaction usually takes 5-7 business days to complete via ACH used by banks to transfer funds. Transfers take longer to complete if they are over a weekend or a holiday.


Last updated:
May. 10, 2024