The best way to get to know where your money is going is to attend a Homeowner’s Association Meeting. Our community depends on annual dues to keep the neighborhood safe and working in the best possible condition.
Article IV section 8: Any assessment not paid within (30) days after the due date shall bear interest from the due date at the rate of 18% per annum. If you are currently behind on your dues, please do not ignore our contractual obligation.
The Hartsfield Village Homeowner’s Association (HOA) provides multiple options for paying your HOA dues and assessments. You can now use the Centennial Bank eClass Payment System by following the instructions below:
Payment using Online Bill Payment Service: To enroll in an Online Bill Payment Service please call Centennial Bank’s eClass Support line: (866) 227-0441 between the hours of 8:30 am to 5:00 pm eastern time Monday through Friday. Before you call make sure that you are logged onto your personal computer. Ask the support person to walk you through the payment process on your PC.
Payment by Credit Card, Debit Card, or eCheck: Making your HOA assessment payments online is FAST, EASY and CONVENIENT! Centennial Bank Online Payment Solutions is a secure method for you to pay your HOA dues and assessment payments using a credit card, debit card, or an electronic check. Please call Centennial Bank’s eClass Support line: (866) 227-0441 between the hours of 8:30 am to 5:00 pm eastern time Monday through Friday to make your payment. Before you call make sure that you are logged onto your personal computer. Ask the support person to walk you through the payment process on your PC.
Please make your check payable to: Hartsfield Village III Association. It can be mailed it to: Hartsfield Village III Homeowners Association, Inc., 7113 Beech Ridge Trail, Suite 2, Tallahassee, FL 32312.
If you have any questions or correspondence regarding your property, payments or account, please contact Lewis Association Property Management at (850) 668-1173.
Annual Homeowners Dues are $150.00: – This is to be paid by March 1st of each year. If HOA Dues are not paid, Lewis Association Property Management may file a lien against your property. There will be an additional cost to the homeowner for attorney’s fee, and for the Lien filing fee. All attorney’s fees and court costs incurred by the HOA in any collection action will be the responsibility of the homeowner and will be added to the homeowner’s account balance.
Foreclosure Facts: Once a Lien has been placed on a property the HOA may Foreclose the property in order to recover unpaid HOA dues and fees.