For rent, all payments must be made directly to your landlord and a valid supporting tenancy agreement is required. Types of payments in this category include:

  • Recurring rental payment for personal or commercial properties
  • Security deposit for personal or commercial properties

Paying rent is easy as 1 - 2 - 3: Select Your Property - Schedule Your Payment - Pay!

To get started with paying your rent click on the 'Rent' icon on your dashboard.

Step 1 - Select Your Property

If this is the first time you are paying rent you will need to add your property. Simply do this by completing the form with your property and landlord details.  

You will also need to upload a copy of your tenancy agreement.  Your tenancy agreement should include the following information:

  • Signatures from both the landlord and the tenant
  • Landlord's name and bank details
  • Duration of rent agreement

You will only need to upload a copy of your tenancy agreement the one time you add the property :)

TIP: The 'Note To Landlord' is the reference that will show up on your landlord's bank account.  Your note should include a reference that can easily be recognized that the payment came from you.

Select the property(s) you would like to pay by the ticking the boxes on the left.  To select all your properties tick the box on the upper left hand corner.

Step 2 - Schedule Your Payment

Schedule your payment based on the day your landlord needs to receive your payment.  ipaymy will automatically calculate the charge date based on your region. 

For more details on payment scheduling click here.

Step 3 - Pay

You are almost done! Review your payment, enter a promo code if you have one, and click pay. Your card will then be charged and the payment will be add to the 'in progress' section of your dashboard.  A receipt for the payment will also be sent to your email.

If your payment is scheduled for a charge date in the future, it will be added to your dashboard 'scheduled' section and receipt will be emailed to you when your card is charged.

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