Posted by Steve C., Houston-Remax on May 26, 2000 at 15:42:56:
Check out www.mrlandlord.com
This site will have suggestions relating to this. Your bank would be the best source of handling EFT. They will charge a fee, but have the client pay it. According to Mr. Landlord, he often has tenants pay $25-$50 per month extra for this.
electronic funds transfer - Posted by eric-fl
Posted by eric-fl on May 26, 2000 at 13:54:24:
Does anyone know of an inexpensive source for electronic funds transfer? I am interested in implementing a system for L/O tenants, but it seems like most of the services I have seen want you to pay several hundred dollars for software up front. Aren’t there any ways to pay for this on a per-transaction basis? After all, it’s only going to be once per month, per house.
Re: electronic funds transfer - Posted by todd
Posted by todd on May 26, 2000 at 18:50:07:
Try PayPal at http://www.paypal.com
PayPal allows you to send money instantly and securely to anyone with an email address. You can also send money requests to a friend or group of friends, who can then pay you quickly and easily online.