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What is Obligo’s product suite?
Why should I use Obligo to process move-in payments and collect traditional security deposits?
How does Obligo’s deposit-free service work?
How is Obligo’s deposit-free service better than a traditional deposit?
Is Obligo a form of insurance or a surety bond?
How does Obligo ensure I’ll be paid for damages or missed rent?
How does Obligo ensure property and renter data security and privacy?
Is Obligo available in all 50 states?
How does Obligo make money?
What types of partners does Obligo work with?
Who are Obligo’s investors?
Is it easy to implement Obligo?
Does Obligo integrate with my property management system?
Do property management companies go through a qualification process to use Obligo?
As a property manager, how do I explain Obligo to my owner?
What’s the adoption rate of Obligo’s deposit-free service?
How do residents qualify for Obligo?
What is Plaid? How does Obligo work with Plaid?
What is a Portfolio Assessment?
How do I ensure my residents know they are still accountable for damages?
What if my resident wants to pay a traditional deposit?
Does Obligo’s deposit-free service scale to the length of the resident’s lease?
What if the terms of a resident’s lease change?
What if a resident wants to cancel their Obligo deposit-free plan?
Do you handle other move-in payments?
When does a resident’s Obligo deposit-free plan expire?
What if a resident does not renew their deposit-free plan?
How do I refund renters who paid a cash deposit?
Does Obligo require proof of damage before approving charges? How are disputes handled?
Is there a limit on charges I can make to my resident’s Billing Authorization?
How is my resident notified of any charges made? Do I need to notify them?
How quickly will I be paid for charges?
Do I need to collect any charges from residents, or does Obligo handle that?
What happens if resident damages exceed the Billing Authorization amount?
Why is it important to monitor your charge rates?
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