Joseph Holdings Management

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is it only $9.95 to create a lease?

We get this question a lot. Our mission with rentkindly is to help as many people as we can. Introducing a higher price would create friction to impede this goal. rentkindly was born entirely out of need to solve our own problems and we hope that our solution can help you too.

What happens when I run out of service requests?

Each new company gets 50 free service requests.
If after these 50 service requests are exhausted, a tenant opens a new service request, we do not charge for it. So you're welcome to try out this feature without any real obligation.
The price for a new pack of 50 service requests is also just $9.95.

Am I charged for duplicate service requests?

No. Simply tag the service request as a "Duplicate" with our tagging system and it won't be counted in your quota.

Couldn't I tag every service request as "Duplicate" and avoid charges?

You could, but consider it an honor system that you don't.

When will I know when new features are implemented or when fixes have taken place?

Click the number next to the logo after logging into your dashboard (Landlords only).

Is there a mobile app? is mobile responsive so that you can browse it readily on your phone or tablet. If there's substantial interest in a native mobile application for the iPhone, Android, or other devices, we would be happy to look into it. We haven't seen a dire need yet though.

Can I use my own lease?

We're not entirely sure why you'd want to do this since our lease is very thorough and customizable. You can even append addenda. We'd welcome an opportunity to share what you feel is lacking and we can do our best to incorporate the changes. If there's enough need for managers to use their own leases, we can review the process and let you know.

How does rentkindly stay on top of legal changes?

rentkindly leases are very comprehensive. Our team routinely stays involved with legal changes so you don't need to worry about it. Everyone can make mistakes, but we try our best to keep up to date with the changes. For the most part, individual changes at the state and federal level that would directly impact leasing or screening are fairly minimal year to year.