Online billing is done through PayPal. There is a $3.00 fee for PayPal invoicing. To request a PayPal invoice, email the name the property is under and property ID or address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2021 dues cycle is October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022.
Residential Rate Fee:
Mobile Homes are a minimum of $35.00
Dues are 3% of the assessed value not to exceed $75.00.
There is a $75.00 cap per property owner except in the case of multiple residential properties. Residential property is any form of single family dwelling including mobile homes.
Checks and money orders can be mailed to:
21289 Phyllis Drive
Lake View, AL 35111
Check or money order is preferred.
A $40.00 rebilling fee will be added to late notices starting January 1, 2022.
If payment is not received by December 31st you are considered late. The billing cycle closes September 30th. Anyone who has not paid by September 30th will be delinquent and may have liens placed on their property.
What do I do if I cannot pay my dues? You must let us know in writing prior to your account being turned over to collections that you need assistance. Please email us at email@example.com.
The billing cycle is October 1st through September 30th and dues are based on the information on file October 1st. Our billing will still reflect the owner on October 1 unless we have been notified of a change.
I have not received a notice. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify your information.
My payment was mailed but I need a receipt. Email email@example.com for a receipt.
My bill is different from my previous bill. Vacant property is charged 3% of the assessed value capped at $75.00. It is possible that your assessed value has increased or decreased. Other possible reasons include a single wide mobile home classified as a double wide or being charged for a mobile home that is no longer on your property. If you feel you have been billed in error, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I own property in my name and my spouse also owns property but we each received bills. How can we combine our property into one account? Married individuals may combine their property into one account only if both names are on the deed. For example, if a married couple owns property together but for some reason the wife’s name was left off the list, we would combine the properties. If the spouse owns a property with a relative, such as an inherited property, it cannot be combined with the marital property if both spouses are not on the deed. You will need to notify us at email@example.com to have your property combined and re-billed.