RentRedi

Landlord software for managing your rentals.

About RentRedi

RentRedi is landlord-tenant software that empowers landlords to easily manage their properties themselves and make stress-free renting affordable and accessible to everyone.

For landlords, RentRedi provides an all-in-one dashboard that enables them to list properties, prequalify and screen potential tenants, collect and automatically track rent, receive mobile-submitted rent payments, communicate with tenants, and manage maintenance with video. It has partnered with platforms including Realtor. Com, Doorsteps, Zillow, Trulia, HotPads, TransUnion, and TSYS to create the best experience possible.

For tenants, RentRedi’s mobile app allows them to prequalify, apply, pay rent, and submit maintenance requests with a video of the issue, all from the palm of their hand.

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RentRedi Features

  • Mobile-submitted rent payments
  • Debit, credit, ACH, or ACH-only mobile rent payments
  • Auto-late fees
  • Accept partial payments, or block all payments
  • Payment history tracking
  • Export custom reports
  • In-app notifications to tenants
  • Tenants can set up auto-pay and rent reminders
  • Tenant-paid screening from TransUnion (credit, criminal, eviction history)
  • Listings to Realtor.com, Doorsteps, Zillow, Trulia, and HotPads
  • Mobile maintenance requests with 5-second video
  • In-app tenant prequalifications and applications
  • Mobile document upload and sharing
  • Lease expiration tracking
  • Free teammate and maintenance accounts
  • Unlimited units and tenants
  • Live and personalized customer support

RentRedi Target Market

  • Self-managing landlords
  • Small-to-mid-size landlords
  • Property managers
  • Long-distance landlords

RentRedi Pricing

The cost of RentRedi starts at $9/month (paid annually). The software can also be billed monthly ($19.95/month) or quarterly ($15/month). There is no free trial available. There is no free version available.

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