How do I delete my RENTCafe account?

Click on the “View Information” tab at the top of the window and sign in if asked to do so. Scroll down on the next page shown to you until you see the “Subscriptions” tab then click on “Manage”. Click “Edit” beside the RENTCafe Resident app and then click on “Cancel Subscription”.

How do I delete my resident portal account?

How to delete Resident Portal account
  1. Reach out directly to Resident Portal via Justuseapp. Get all Contact details →
  2. You can send an email to requesting that they delete your account.

How do I contact Rent Cafe?

RENTCafé Resident Support

If you need assistance with registration, resetting your password, or general site navigation, you may call 855-736-8223 (855-RENTCAFE).

Is RENTCafe safe to use?

RENTCafe Resident is very safe to use.

Is RENTCafe a trustworthy site?

Such an example is, where listings come directly from property managers, and are 100% verified. Property management companies’ websites are also a trusted place to browse for apartments. Many property managers publish detailed information on rental listings on their own websites.

Does RENTCafe report to credit bureaus?

We believe that our residents should get credit for managing the payments for the place they call home. That’s why we’re working with Experian RentBureau to include positive rental payment data in Experian credit reports. You pay your rent on time every month.

Does RENTCafe charge a service fee?

Will a convenience fee be charged? Yes, when using a Credit card, the $3.00 fee will be applied.

Does Rentcafé charge a fee?

Note: All credit/debit card transactions are subject to a $29.95 convenience fee.

Is making a fake lease illegal?

Similarly, is it illegal to make a fake lease? Yes, forging a legal document (a lease) is a crime. If you want to draw up a legitimate document, with a lease starting today, with a monthly rent of $1, there is nothing illegal about that.

Can you get scammed on Roomster?

This website is allowing fraudulent postings and unverified scammers to trick people out of money and housing. I recently fell victim to a scam for a rental unit posted on Roomster. The scammer is impersonating another person and stating that they cannot show the property due to COVID restrictions.

Is it a waste of money to rent?

The answer is no. Renting is not a waste of money. The argument against renting is that you’re not putting your money toward a great investment: your home. So, I disagree with the notion that a home is a great investment, even after you pay off the mortgage and own the home outright.

What makes a lease null and void?

Can depression get you out of a lease?

What makes a lease null and void? Most of the time, a lease is void if it is fraudulent or signed under duress (being forced to sign a lease). Additionally, your lease may be null and void if your rental unit is considered illegal in your state. For example, in some states, basement apartments are illegal.

Can I cancel my lease before it starts?

If a tenant has a mental or physical disability or is sixty or older, and that tenant has a physical or mental disability that requires the tenant to relocate because of a need for care or treatment that cannot be provided in the rental unit, the tenant can terminate the lease.

Can I change my mind after signing a rental agreement?

A lease is a binding contract. Once you’ve signed a lease, you’re on the hook for the remainder of the lease term—unless your landlord agrees to let you out of it early.

How can you get out of a lease?

Short answer is YES. Until BOTH sides have signed the lease and money have been exchanged, either side can change their mind. The money is usually the security deposit and first month rent but can be as small as a binder payment.

How do you get out of a lease without breaking it?

To end your tenancy in one of these ways, you must:
  1. give the landlord/agent a written termination notice and vacate – move out and return the keys – according to your notice, and/or.
  2. apply to the NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) for a termination order.