Making a payment with personal check is easy as 1, 2, 3…

  1. Make your check payable to your community name
  2. Fill out the appropriate amount due to for your common charge
  3. On the memo line, include your unit number
  4. Fill in the date with the current date
  5. Sign your check

Please remember that checks should be mailed 3-5 days before your due date to ensure that it is received on time.

example personal check

ACH (Automated Clearing House)

ACH payments allow our office to electronically transfer the monthly common charges from your account into the Associations account. This type of payment method will guarantee that your account is always current and you will never receive a late fee. By completing this form, it is one less thing you have to remember each month.

NOTE: Before you can start paying by ACH Payments please print this form and fill it out. Once you mail it or fax it back to our office you can begin paying your monthly common charges with ACH Payments. Click the image below to download the ACH Authorization Form.

ACH Form 07-2017
ACH Authorization Form

Money Order

Money orders are a safe alternative to cash and can be purchased at any USPS Location. Be sure to fill out all information appropriately.

  1. Pay to: Community Name
  2. To Address: 525 West Jericho Turnpike Smithtown, NY 11787
  3. Amount: Your Property Common Charge
  4. Memo: Your Unit Number
  5. From: Your Printed Name
  6. From Address: Your Property Address

Please remember that money orders should be purchased and mailed 3-5 days before your due date to ensure that it is received on time.


eCheck is an electronic version of a paper check. eCheck can be set up online by logging into your personal bank account. eCheck can be configured to automatically send out your common charge check on a monthly basis. The set up process is simple.

  1. Select Add New Payee
  2. The payee name should be your community name
  3. The payee address should be 525 West Jericho Turnpike
    Smithtown, NY 11787
  4. The memo or note must indicate your property unit number

Consult your bank for specific information about how to set up eCheck.