Is any website to pay rent through credit card ...

Is any website to pay rent through credit card option?

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Is any website to pay rent through credit card option?
without any extra charges..

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RedGirraffe will charge very less.
Check NoBroker as well. Both have fee though

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RedGirraffe: Transaction charge of 0.39% per transaction + GST (i.e. Rs 39/-+GST for every Rs 10,000/-) No other Hidden Charges.
NoBroker: Processing Fee: Flat 149 per transaction no other charges.

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I saw an option on mobikwik . can we pay rent through mobikwik wallet money (loaded with cc). ?

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Puchka wrote:

I saw an option on mobikwik . can we pay rent through mobikwik wallet money (loaded with cc). ?

It’s upi based..

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is anyone paid rent through RedGirraffe, what is the total procedure.

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telugurocks wrote:

is anyone paid rent through RedGirraffe, what is the total procedure.

Yes. I paid last year.
You need to upload your rental agreement and then they will verify it and then generate one account id for you using which you can pay either via HDFC or ICICI bank

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sardasa wrote:

Yes. I paid last year.
You need to upload your rental agreement and then they will verify it and then generate one account id for you using which you can pay either via HDFC or ICICI bank

look like full hectic job with Redgirraffe website..
even my house owner is not ready to provide pan card details.. confused

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telugurocks wrote:

look like full hectic job with Redgirraffe website..
even my house owner is not ready to provide pan card details.. confused

If you’re paying more than Rs. 1 lakh rent per year and you want to claim income tax deduction then owner’s PAN is a must.

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sardasa wrote:

If you’re paying more than Rs. 1 lakh rent per year and you want to claim income tax deduction then owner’s PAN is a must.

hmm bro

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is nobroker still reliable? do i need to provide any rental agreement? how long it will take to get credited? thanks

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Demondealer wrote:

is nobroker still reliable? do i need to provide any rental agreement? how long it will take to get credited? thanks

Its is instant most of the time and no need of agreement

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shrikant2002 wrote:

Its is instant most of the time and no need of agreement

Are you sure it’s instant?

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sardasa wrote:

If you’re paying more than Rs. 1 lakh rent per year and you want to claim income tax deduction then owner’s PAN is a must.

No really , even If you’re paying more than Rs. 1 lakh rent per year and you want to claim income tax deduction , no need of pan provided you mention less than 1lakh rent

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Jigglypuff wrote:

No really , even If you’re paying more than Rs. 1 lakh rent per year and you want to claim income tax deduction , no need of pan provided you mention less than 1lakh rent

Why would anyone actually pay more rent and claim less?

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sardasa wrote:

Why would anyone actually pay more rent and claim less?

in case owner not ready to provide PAN, which generally happens

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Majestic wrote:

in case owner not ready to provide PAN, which generally happens

usually Pan is mentioned on the registered agreement, if you are living without a registered agreement and paying more than 1L a year as rent, you are at fault

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sardasa wrote:

Why would anyone actually pay more rent and claim less?

Becoz he dont want to mess with landlord

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Jigglypuff wrote:

Becoz he dont want to mess with landlord

Ok. His wish.
But yeah if rent is more than 1 lakh per year and tenant wants to claim full amount then he needs to have PAN number of owner.

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