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Make your rent money work for you with RentPay

Introducing RentPay, the app we developed that helps Australia's renters get more for their rent money. Here's what you need to know.
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At Rent.com.au, we believe you deserve more perks and privileges for being a good renter, and we're building the technology to do just that.

We developed RentPay by listening to the 700,000 renters who visit Rent.com.au each month. So check it out, and see if you like it. It's all part of our mission to enable and empower Australia's renters.

Happy renting!

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What's great about RentPay?

You can set up alerts and reminders so you never miss a payment, sync your payday with your rental due date and create a savings buffer to insulate you against unexpected events.

Build your credit score with Scorebuilder and get access to up to one week’s rent. Fees & charges, T&Cs apply.

Whether you're a first-timer or a seasoned renter, RentPay can make your rent money work for you.


Choose to debit rent weekly, fortnightly or monthly from your bank, credit card or BPAY. You can even debit rent on payday, all while RentPay sends rent exactly when and how your agent wants it.


When your funds are deposited with RentPay, they are treated like funds in a bank account. Only you can access your funds, and we have security measures to protect your account from unauthorised access.


With Scorebuilder, your repayment history contributes to your credit score. This may help improve your borrowing capacity for life's bigger purchases, like a car or property of your own.


It costs nothing to send or receive money using what's in your RentPay account* or bank account.

*RentPay does not charge for sending money from a linked bank account or your RentPay account. There is a 1.25% fee for sending money using a credit card or debit card and a $1 fee per BPAY deposit.

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How do I get started?

You can get started by either downloading the RentPay app (App Store or Google Play) or sign up online. The app will step you through the set-up process, which you only need to do once.

We're compatible with all payment methods

Regardless of your agent or landlord's preferred payment method, RentPay has you covered. We'll pay directly into their bank account, so from your agent's point of view, they'll see your rent being paid with your payment reference information attached.

If you're unsure of your agent's information (such as their bank details), check your lease agreement or contact them directly to confirm the correct details before you start.

How do I pay my rent?

RentPay comes with a wallet, where we'll store your funds, ready to pay the rent. When you set up RentPay, we'll ask you how and when to pay funds into your wallet. We'll also ask you when you want us to transfer the rent to your agent or landlord.

We suggest you set up automated rent payments. This means you'll provide us with the amount and frequency of your rental payments. From there, we'll make the payment based on your instructions. Or, if you prefer, you can make a manual payment too.

Get a complete history of your rental payments.

Having a clear record of past payment history can make all the difference to your next rental application, but it's often tricky to find this information in one place. Thankfully, RentPay makes this easy!

Want to view your rental payment history? Go to the RentPay app and tap Transactions on your dashboard.

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©RentPay 2024. RentPay Technology Pty Ltd ACN 636 254 709 is an Authorised Representative (ARN: 001286725) of Flexewallet Pty Ltd - Australian Financial Services License number: 448066.

We are also an authorised credit representative (CRN: 534915) of One Card Credit Pty Ltd - Australian Credit License number: 390376
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