Lansford Realty & Property Management offers tenants the convenience of online rent payments. Renters can either pay by e-Check with a $1.99 convenience fee or by debit/credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) with a $30 convenience fee.
Paying online for the first time?
- As a first-time user, you will need to access your account via your Tenant Payment Number.
- If you haven’t received your Tenant Payment Number, please request it by emailing Bruce(at)LansfordRealty(dotted)com.
- After inputting your payment number, simply create your username and password and you are ready to pay online!
Pay online today!
Please click the link below to make a payment. Thank you!
Why pay rent online?
There are several reasons you should switch to online payments, topmost among which is your own convenience. We discuss these reasons in further detail below.
- Transact anytime, anywhere – or even automatically. Being able to pay online means not worrying about heading to your bank or chasing after your landlord to pay your rent. You can settle your accounts at your convenience using your computer or mobile device – even if you realize that your deadline is just 15 minutes away. Better yet, online payments are easier to schedule and automate, like setting up a monthly charge on your credit card or an automatic direct debit from your bank account.
Note: For privacy and security purposes, please refrain from making any transactions when logged into a public network.
- Track your account. With our online payment facilities, you can view your payment history and keep track of your recurring payments. This makes it easier to do your monthly accounting and budget-keeping. It also helps you identify and resolve any outstanding/unsettled payments. Having access to your payment records also helps you iron out any payment disputes with your landlord more easily.
- The way of the future. According to a survey conducted by the National Multifamily Housing Council in 2015, nearly four out of every five renters would prefer to settle their rent electronically. Check payments, one of the most common means for paying rent, are quickly losing popularity in light of electronic banking mechanisms. This is partly because landlords are also doing away with cumbersome, time-consuming checks.
- Safer than you might think. Rent checks are vulnerable to identity theft, especially if they are sent by mail instead of handed over in person. Renters’ banking account details are exposed on checks and can be easily exploited if intercepted by mail thieves.
Online transactions, on the other hand, are more closely monitored. The National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), better known today as the Electronic Payments Association, represents and regulates a network of more than 10,000 financial institutions. We recommend using private networks when transacting online to prevent security breaches on your private accounts.
- Clean and green. Paying online also means you help cut down on paper use as all your transaction records and receipts are on the cloud.