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HOA ASSESSMENTS - WAYS TO PAY
Did you know there is more than one way to make your quarterly HOA assessment payments? You can pay in-person, mail-in, or the simplest way – sign up for recurring payments via your HOA Portal. Within this article, you will find information on all the ways to make your HOA payment and give you the steps on signing up for worry-free auto payments.
The easiest way to pay!
Sign up on the HOA Portal for automatic payments
Use the HOA Portal for single payment options OR sign up for auto payments. With auto payments, our bank will automatically charge you 3 days after we send you a reminder email. Payments are automatically deducted from your account.
Payment Fees via HOA Portal
There is a $2.00 fee per transaction when you sign up for auto pay using your bank account. This method will require a US Bank and the bank’s 9-digit ABA routing #.
Using your Credit Card
A 3% processing fee is applied to each automatic payment. Canadian bank credit cards will be accepted if they are Visa, Mastercard, or Discover.
Using your Bank Account – For a single payment
There will be a $2.00 fee. This method will require a US Bank and the bank’s 9-digit ABA routing #.
Mailing your HOA payment
You or your bank may mail a payment to Roadhaven. Please be sure to include your lot number on your check.
Paying in person
- Drop your check in the “in park” mail slot
The slot is located by the mailroom window. Please be sure to include your lot number on your check.
- Come into the Front Office and pay by check, cash, or credit card.
There will be a 4.5% processing fee for credit cards.
Please note: Canadian bank credit cards don’t always work.
If you have questions about HOA payments or using the HOA Portal for payments, please call the front office or accounting department. We are happy to assist you! If you have any questions about using the HOA Portal for payments, you may contact the Front Office, or the Accounting department and we will be happy to assist you with your questions.
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