Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.
In Orange County:
23792 Rockfield Blvd, Suite 100
Lake Forest, CA 92630
4020 N. 20th Street, Suite 310
Phoenix, Arizona 85016-6032
Toll-Free: (800) 660-MGMT (6468)
California Office Direct Line: (949) 261-8282
Arizona Office Direct Line: (602) 952-5581
Absolutely! You can pay your bill in our office during business hours.
*Please note that we do not accept cash or credit card payments in our office. Credit card payments can be made through the Homeowner Web Portal.
PO Box 98421 Phoenix, AZ 85038-0421
Community association homes are different from traditional home ownership in three ways:
- You share ownership of common property, which may include facilities like swimming pools that often are not affordable otherwise.
- You automatically become a member of a community association, which typically includes Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs).
- You pay an “assessment” (a regular fee, often monthly, that is used for the upkeep of the common areas and other services and amenities).
Additional advantages to living in this kind of development include an attractive mix of well-designed homes and landscaped open spaces, and a lower cost in comparison to traditional housing due to a more efficient use of land.
Parks, pools, tennis courts and other amenities can be yours through shared ownership, and you’ll have no direct responsibility for maintenance. You won’t have to clean the pool or re-string the tennis nets — you may not even have to mow your own lawn! (That doesn’t mean you’ll never have to think about it, though.)
The community association operates and maintains these shared facilities. As an association member, you’ll pay a share of the expenses and you’ll have a voice in the association’s decisions.
Assessments fund the operations of your association, as well as the maintenance and repair of common areas. Assessment fees are based on decisions made by the Board of Directors of your Association and are detailed in your HOA budget.