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If your payment is late, you’ll first receive a notification from CCMC and your account will be charged a late fee and interest fee. If a payment is more than 60 days late, you will receive an intent to lien notice, and amenity access will be suspended until a payment is received.
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Assessments are billed quarterly. Assessments are due January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1 and payments are due no later than the end of that month.
The assessment includes HOA dues, cable and Internet, as well as the special assessment for the Camp WaterColor and Beach Club expansion, unless it has been paid in full. Town Center and Beachside condo owners are managed by a separate company which bills their assessment separately.
You can set up online payment at www.ccmcnet.com under the “Homeowners” tab.
No, the HOA office does not take assessment payments by phone. Assessments can be mailed in with the payment coupon, paid online or a check can be dropped off at the HOA office.
Yes. You can pay for a full year, but it’s recommended that you not pay beyond the current year in case of a change in assessment costs.
Questions regarding assessments can be directed to our Administrative Coordinator Susie Thompson, who can be reached by phone at 850-231-1792. or emailed at email@example.com.
The special assessment was passed in July 2016 by a vote of the homeowners to fund the expansion of the WaterColor Beach Club and Camp WaterColor. The assessment is $330 per quarter until 2030. The special assessment started in January 2017. The balance of the assessment may be paid off in the closing of a home.