We designed RentShare so that roommates who used to make trips to the bank and post office each month, now simply hit a button and their rent is paid.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
RentShare, a service for paying rent online, is removing a major friction point for roommates. Renters now have the ability to split rent with roommates, removing the need to manually collect and aggregate individual roommate checks.
Tenants residing in the same apartment can pay their share of rent online through RentShare.com. RentShare combines all online payments and mails a single check to the landlord on their behalf.
“RentShare makes paying rent a non-issue for roommates” says RentShare co-founder Christopher Toppino. “We designed RentShare so that roommates who used to make trips to the bank and post office each month, now simply hit a button and their rent is paid.”
Aside from aggregating rent payments, RentShare also improves communication and transparency between roommates. Through the payment dashboard, roommates can easily see the status of one-another’s rent payment. Combined with features like auto-pay and email reminders, RentShare effectively removes anxiety between roommates.
RentShare changes the way people pay rent and how roommates split expenses. Using RentShare, U.S. renters are now able to pay rent with a credit card, debit card, or checking account even if their landlord is not set up to accept direct deposit.
RentShare is headquartered in New York, NY and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.