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Pay Assessments

Your association provides many methods by which you may pay your assessments. Click a link below to review any of the payment methods offered.

Homeowners have the flexibility to arrange either single or recurring payments through Frontsteps Quick Pay. This can be done easily by clicking here. For transactions processed using a bank account and routing number, Quick Pay applies a fee of $2.95. Payments made via debit or credit card incur a charge of 3.95%.

Why Pay Online?

  • No checks to write,
  • Predictable and secure payments,
  • Adjust your payment on the go through the FrontSteps Community app,
  • Choose to pay via a credit or debit card, or a checking or savings account, and
  • Fast – payments are typically processed and reflected on your account within one business day.

Key Features

  • Ability to make one-time and recurring payments,
  • Choose to pay via your bank account or a credit card,
  • Schedule payments on a date that works for both you and your Association, and
  • Stop recurring payments at any time.

Getting Started

  • Click here to sign up. Trestle cannot accept credit card payments over the phone.

Quick Pay is an arrangement between the Homeowner and the Association’s bank and neither the Association nor Trestle has a role in the set up or management of these payments.

There is no fee for processing personal or bill pay checks. Homeowners interested in this method should ensure their payment contains specific information for seamless processing. These details include:

  • Your name as on file with your Association,
  • The address of your home at the Association, and
  • Your unique account number, which can be found at the top of your billing statement, on the My-Community Web Portal or by contacting us at [email protected].

Mailing Personal or Bill Pay Checks Payments

Payments should be made payable to your Association and sent to the following address:

[Your Association Name]
c/o Trestle Community Management
PO Box 63843
Phoenix, AZ 85082-3843

Understanding Bill Pay

Bill pay is a convenient banking service that allows you to pay your bills directly from your bank account without the need for physical checks or cash. By enrolling in bill pay through your bank, you can automate payments to various entities, including your Association, ensuring timely and hassle-free transactions.

Enrolling in Bill Pay

To start using bill pay, contact your bank, or log in to your online banking portal. This service is often complimentary and can be easily set up by following your bank’s instructions. Once enrolled, you can manage and schedule your payments, adding an extra layer of convenience to your financial management.