Frequently Asked Questions - Fees & Assessments
HOA dues are currently $385.00/month beginning January 2018. Payments should be made to "Avalon at Eagles Crossing HOA".
How can I pay my monthly HOA dues?
Avalon at Eagles Crossing HOA offers many options to pay your monthly dues.
E-mailed Invoice - Each month an invoice will be e-mailed to each homeowner.
Online Through the Homeowner Web Portal - You can pay your dues online with a credit
card or checking account through the homeowner web portal here. Fees
will apply for credit card payments.
By Mail - Monthly assessments can be mailed to:
Mills Management Services, Inc.
1645 South Rancho Santa Fe Road
San Marcos, CA 92078
In Person - Payments can be dropped off at the property management office through the
lockbox located outside the front door. The box is available for drop off 24/7.
Automatic Debit - Homeowners can sign up to have their monthly dues automatically debited from their account through the homeowner web portal.
What is an assessment and what does it cover?
The assessment or "dues" is the monthly amount due from each homeowner to cover the operating expenses of the common areas and to provide for reserve funds for replacement of common facilities. Specifically, the monthly assessment covers management fees, common area maintenance, lighting, pool, landscape, tennis court, tot lot, gym, common area plumbing, janitorial, fire and safety, trash and sewer, etc.
What happens if I don't pay my assessment?
The HOA relies upon the prompt payment of monthly assessments to pay for its operating expenses and common area maintenance. Late payments will result in a late charge being added to your account. Pursuant to the CC&Rs, the HOA may also impose interest fees and proceed with a lien or foreclosure of your property for nonpayment of assessments.
Can I pay over the phone?
Mills Management Services, Inc. does not currently take payments over the phone.
Payments are due on the 1st of the month and are considered late if they are not received by the 15th of the month. Late payments will incur a 10% late charge.