Online Payment Via eCheck or Credit Card* (one time & recurring options)
How does it work? You may set up a one time or recurring payment using eCheck, MasterCard, American Express or Discover.
What do I need to do? Simply follow the directions below:
· Log in to www.aspenpropertymgmt.com
· Select “Online Payments”
· Choose your community name
· Choose “One Time Credit Card Payment”*, “One Time eCheck Payment” or “Recurring Payments”
Note: You will need a login ID to set up a recurring online payment which can be obtained by selecting “Register Now” and completing the form.
*There is a $14.95 convenience fee and a $5,000 maximum per transaction, if you pay via a credit card.
Your Bank’s Online Bill-Pay
How does it work? Set up your community association as a payee with your bank’s online banking bill-pay.
What do I need to do? Please complete your bill-pay setup exactly as follows:
· Payee: Name of your community
· Address 1: Aspen Property Management
· Address 2: P. O. Box 858
· City: Elkton State: MD Zip: 21922
Account Number/Reference Number: Your Homeowner Account Number –if you do not have your account number, please give Aspen Property Management a call for that information. 410-620-2598.
Mailing in Checks (for communities without coupons)
How does it work? You write a check and mail it in every time your assessment is due. Please allow 5 to 7 business days for the check to process.
What do I need to do? Write a check payable to the name of your community, and mail it to P.O. Box 858, Elkton, MD 21922.
**Important: Write your homeowner account number –or street address, if you do not know your account number - on the check.
US Mail/ Lockbox (Communities using coupons only)
How does it work? You write a check, enclose coupon and mail it in every time your assessment is due. Please allow 5 to 7 business days for the check to reach Smartstreet.
What do I need to do? Write a check payable to the name of your community, as it is written on the coupon, and mail it along with your payment coupon to the address listed on the couponbook.
**Important: Write your homeowner account number - as it appears on the coupon - on the check.