When you sign a rental agreement via Qasa, it is us you pay the rent to. This is to make it both smoother and safer for you to pay the rent.
- How do I pay the rent?
- When should I pay the rent?
- Can I pay an invoice with Swish?
- Can I set up an automatic payment (autogiro)?
- How do I pay invoices from an international bank?
How do I pay the rent?
You can find your invoices on your pages on Qasa. We also send them to you every month via email from our billing tool, Billecta.
You can choose to make a regular bank payment to the specified bank giro number or use Swish (recommended if the payment needs to be registered immediately, for example, if it concerns a deposit). With our secure payment service, your payments are handled safely, and your deposit is securely stored to avoid fraud.
When should I pay the rent?
The rent is always paid in advance. Each month, you will receive an invoice for the next month's rent. You will receive the invoice on the 7th of every month, with a due date on the 27th of the same month.
Exception for the first rent. We care about your security and have created a system that protects you from fraud. The first rent is paid to the landlord 8 days after you move in (it is due 10 days after moving in). This way, you will have time to move in and report any discrepancies before the landlord receives payment. Smart, right?
The deposit is paid before moving in. If you are not approved for deposit-free renting (you can read more about deposit-free renting here), you will need to pay a deposit before you get access to the property. If the deposit is not received by us, our services will not apply, and the landlord is advised against handing over the keys. You can rest assured that the deposit is held in a separate escrow account and will not be paid out to the landlord during the rental period.
Can I pay an invoice with Swish?
Yes, you can pay the invoice with Swish. The details can be found in the link to your invoice.
Can I set up an automatic payment (autogiro)?
Yes, that's possible. Note that the invoices you have already received from us before activating the direct debit must be paid manually. You can always double-check how the payment will be made by opening the invoice. It will say "paid with autogiro" when the process is complete.
How do I pay invoices from an international bank?
If you do not have a Swedish bank account, use the IBAN and BIC numbers for an international bank transfer. Make sure to transfer in SEK currency and cover all transaction fees.
We recommend our customers use Wise (formerly TransferWise) for faster international payments. Be sure to include our email address email@example.com as the recipient of the verification.
We advise AGAINST making payments via the service Revolut! If the payment is made via Revolut, Qasa cannot see the reference code you fill in for the transfer in our bank. This is a problem that we are aware of on Revolut's side, and unfortunately, we cannot do anything about it at the moment.
For more questions about Wise or international payments, contact our support. We are here to help you!