Do the Application Fees Happy Dance
Got a third-party system to collect your application fees? Not anymore. Still taking checks? It’s almost 2020. Make and meet your New Year’s resolution now.
Collect application fees directly within ShowMojo. Prospects pay by credit card right when they sign off on their rental application.
You decide the application fee amount. ShowMojo collects an additional $5 service fee directly from the renter — which makes this service essentially free to you. Then ShowMojo bank-transfers the fees to your company every two weeks. Again, say goodbye to paper checks!
Are you already using ShowMojo’s rental application form? Just grab your ACH details and get started. Setting up the application fee feature is even simpler than filling out a ten-day notice. (It’s much more personally satisfying to boot.) You can even collect application fees through ShowMojo but still screen applicants with another service.
Not Using ShowMojo’s Rental Application Feature?
We just swept the unstoppable argument and the immovable excuse from your path. There’s nothing in your way.
Applicant Screen with the Best of Them
We’ve got TransUnion applicant screening reports and we want to start selling them like flapjacks.
- $11 per report for credit, criminal and eviction.
- $15 per report for credit, criminal and eviction with recommendation.
Or think fried chicken and waffles. Or bangers and mash. Basically whatever compels you to sign up the fastest.
You can even take applications and collect fees in another system and still use ShowMojo to screen applicants. But why do that? If your entire marketing, showing and screening process lives in one system, just imagine the actionable leasing intelligence that you could have at your fingertips.
That Bit About Free
This is an open beta and we really want everyone onboard the Beta Club Bus. So we’re offering a $50 ShowMojo credit to the first eight accounts that either:
- Enable Application Fees (and collect their first application fee).
- Enable Applicant Screening (and run their first report).
Each of the first eight accounts to enable one of these features is a winner. The $50 account credit is issued on the first usage of the feature, which must occur before the end of 2019.
And there’s no need to notify us about enabling either feature. Rest assured we’ll be watching — in a non-creepy and totally safe way.