HOA Assessments are billed quarterly and are due the 1st day of January, April, July, and October. Generally, the association assessment consists of two parts, an amount to cover current-year operations and an amount that goes into reserves. Part of the fee is designated to pay for current-year operations, which typically includes things such as landscaping, pool maintenance, insurance, and water. The remaining portion of the fee is placed into reserves for long-term repairs and replacements, such as paying for a new roof for the community center or future amenities. Having ample reserves ensures that the HOA has money available to pay for high-cost repairs when they come due.
WHAT ARE ASSESSMENTS?
Assessments are the “Regular Annual Assessments, Special Assessments, Service Area Assessments, Special Common Area Assessments, Individual Assessments and other assessments payable to the Association.” – Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, Article 1.1.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF ASSESSMENTS?
The Association will use Assessments to enhance the Community, including the maintenance of improvements to, and operations of, real and personal property, management and operation of the Association, and any expense reasonably related to the purposes for which the Community was developed. – Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, Article 5.1.
AM I OBLIGED TO PAY ASSESSMENTS TO THE ASSOCIATION?
Yes. By accepting title to a Lot, each Owner covenants and agrees to pay all Assessments authorized in the Governance Documents. – Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, Article 5.1.b.
WHEN ARE ASSESSMENTS DUE?
Assessments are billed quarterly and are due on the 1st day of January, April, July, and October. Late fees and collection charges are assessed 30 days after the due date.
HOW DO I PAY ASSESSMENTS?
There are many ways to pay your association dues. In addition to paying by mail, below are details regarding four electronic ways to pay, which include; recurring payment, electronic checks, debit, and credit card options. Whichever method you choose, please include your account number to ensure prompt and proper application of your payment. If you have any questions about your account or our payment options feel free to contact a member of your onsite team or reach out to our new CCMC’s Customer Service Support Team at 1-833-301-4538. You can also review your account activity online by visiting our payment portal at: https://vmsweb.ccmcnet.com/resident.aspx.
- Pay by Mail & Multiple Accounts When paying by mail or through your online bill payment service, it is imperative that separate checks and envelopes be used for each account. Each check should also list the account number to ensure accurate application of funds. Please make sure you mail your coupon/statement stub with your payment. Any payments that cannot be processed automatically by the payment processing service center will be processed by converting your paper check into an electronic check transaction. The remittance address for your mailed payments is: P.O. Box 93327, Las Vegas, NV 89193-3327
- Recurring Payments To establish eligibility for recurring payment processing through Alliance Association Bank, please visit our webpage at www.ccmcnet.com/payment-options. Select the state your community is in. Under New Users, elect to Setup Account and follow the prompts as directed. Please note there is no charge for the election of recurring eCheck payments. Please read the information asterisked (*) below before signing up for any recurring payments with the bank directly.
- One-time Electronic Checks Visit our webpage at www.ccmcnet.com/payment-options, and select the state your community resides. Under One Time Payment, select the eCheck or Debit/Credit Card icon and follow the prompts as directed. The bank charges a $2.95 fee per transaction for use of a one-time eCheck payment. Phone payments are not available.
- Debit and Credit Card Payments Visit our webpage at www.ccmcnet.com/payment-options and select the state your community resides. Under One Time Payment, select the Debit/Credit Card icon and follow the prompts as directed. The bank charges a $5.00 flat processing fee per debit card transaction and a 3.5% per credit card transaction. American Express, Discover, Master Card, and Visa are accepted. Phone payments are not available.
- Individual Bank Bill Payment Services If you are using a bill payment service through your bank or a third-party, please review your account number and remittance address. Many bill payment services remit electronically and the correct account number is essential for proper posting. If your assessment has changed, you must also update your account information with your financial institution.
*If you establish recurring payments with Alliance Association Bank and your assessment changes, it will be necessary to update your payment with any noted changes to your assessment value. CCMC and Alliance Association Bank are not related companies. To comply with privacy laws, we do not share personal information.
I DON’T WANT TO RECEIVE A PAPER STATEMENT, IS THERE AN E-STATEMENT OPTION?
Yes! To enroll in e-statements, submit a request here. Once you have submitted your request, you will receive an activation email. You will need to open the email in order to activate your account. Do not use dashes or spaces when inputting your account number, the property address is the street number only, no street name. For more information, click to view the registration guide.
WHERE CAN I FIND MY ACCOUNT NUMBER?
Your account number will be located on the first billing statement you receive, or you can contact your Management Team at 832-777-0400 30 days after you close on your home.
WHAT IS THE ASSOCIATION ID?
WHAT IS THE MANAGEMENT COMPANY ID?