If your login or password isn’t working, you can reset that by visiting our online dashboard login page. Click on the forget password button on the bottom right hand side of the login page.
Unfortunately, only current tenants who are listed on the lease are able to receive a login to the dashboard.
You are free to share your login and password information with someone else if they would like to make a payment on your ledger. Read our Guide to making payments for more information on making a payment on your ledger.
If you have mistakenly made a double payment on your account we are glad to help you! You have two options- to either keep the balance on your account for the next month’s payment or we can return the balance to you.
We can return the overpayment to you via Paypal, Venmo or Chase Quick Pay. Please reach out to us with an account for one of those online payment services and we will return the balance to you.
We are glad to help sort through any errors that you believe may be on your ledger. Please be sure to take the time to look through the ledger carefully and try to understand the charges and payments.
Charges are defined as a charge added to the ledger by Baker Street. Charges are typically rent, utilities or fees.
Payments are defined as a payment made by tenants that reduce the charges on the ledger.
One of the most common questions regarding a tenant’s ledger is why there is a “prepayment charge” on my ledger.
Recurring monthly rent charges are added to the account 5 days before the beginning of each month. If a tenant makes a payment in advance of the charges being added to the account the system adds a “prepayment charge” in the same amount as the payment to create a $0 balance on the account.
After the rent charge is added to the ledger, the “prepayment is applied to balance”, which essentially means that the payment made prior to the charge is now subtracted from the balance as if it was just made.
Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding the prepayment charges or your ledger.