Pay Rent Online
To make a rent payment, please fill in your details below and wait for further instructions onscreen. Please note: It is important to accurately input all required information requested on the rent payment form. This will allow us to allocate your payment to the correct rent account. Inaccurate or missing information may cause a delay in processing your rent payment and mean your account may go into arrears.
Note: We are implementing additional security measures for online rent payments, please click here for more information.
Other payment methods
Household Budget Scheme Through An Post
This scheme is open to people receiving certain social welfare payments. Rent is taken directly from the social welfare payment each week. More information is available on the citizens information website here. Residents can download the application form on the An Post website, fill it in and send it to the Rents Officer in Clann’s Finance Department.
Electronic Transfer Using Online Banking
When paying your rent through electronic bank transfer, please make sure that the payment reference is the same as your tenant account number. Here are all the details you will need:
Beneficiary Name: Clúid Housing Association
Beneficiary Account: Ulster Bank, 81-82 Lower Dorset Street, Dublin 1
For more information on electronic funds transfer visit Citizens Information, click here
Rent Swipe Card (Billpay)
Rent swipe cards can be used at the post office or any shop with the PostPoint facility. For locations of PostPoint outlets, visit postpoint.ie/postpoint.
Our contact centre staff are available on 01 707 2088 to take payments over the phone using your credit or debit card. Please note that you will need your 13 digit tenant account number which can be found on the upper left hand side of your rent statement.
Paying Your Rent
Clann works closely with residents to make rent affordable and easy to pay. We have created a useful guide of frequently asked questions for your convenienceFind Out More
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