Pay rent

Let’s talk about the easiest way to pay your rent.

There are three easy ways to pay your rent:

  • Direct Debit simple to set up and the most hassle-free way to pay your rent. Your payment will come off your bank account on a date and at a frequency that suits you.

    If you don’t have a bank account, we can help you get one. Set up a Direct Debit using your online services account or call us on 0800 479 7979.
  • Online Services – an online account is a quick and easy way to pay online, view your balance, recent charges and payments. Click on the box below to register/login to pay using your online services account.

Other ways to pay:

Online – pay using our online payment site.

Housing Benefit – If you receive full housing benefit, your rent payment is likely to be paid to us directly by Glasgow City Council. If you receive partial housing benefit, you are responsible for paying the rest. Speak to your housing officer if you need any advice.

If you are worried about your rent, let's talk.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. We’re here for you. 

We have a range of support services to get you back on track. Contact us on 0800 479 7979, or through your online account.

When is my rent due?

Rent is paid as soon as you receive the keys to your new home. Rent is due every four weeks.

You can choose to pay each week, fortnight, four-weekly or monthly or you may have an agreed arrangement with your housing officer.

Our rent calendar lets you know when your next payment is due.

Tenants who recently joined from Cube Housing Association will continue to pay rent on the 27th of each month.

What does my rent pay for?

Rent allows us to keep improving homes, communities and the lives of our tenants. This includes:

  • a quality repairs service;
  • new heating, insulation work, kitchens, bathrooms, windows, roofs and doors;
  • the environmental services and improvements around your home;
  • a 24-hour, seven days a week, customer first centre;
  • expert money, welfare and fuel advice to help you make the most of your money, and
  • helping people into work, education and training.