Homeowners become members of Harmony Master Homeowners Association when they purchase a home.
Members are responsible for paying quarterly dues to support community operations and reserve funds.
Assessments are due on the 1st of each quarter, i.e., January, April, July, and October annually.
Assessments received after the 30th of the month are subject to late fees in accordance with the current Assessment Collection policy.
Current assessments are $78/month, billed quarterly. This includes $65/month for assessments, plus an additional $13/month for trash/recycling collection.
Powhaton Community Authority
Homeowners in Harmony become members of the Powhaton Community Authority, which include Powhaton Metro Districts 1-11. In January 2022, the Powhaton Community Authority Board of Directors implemented a $100/year Operations Fee for all homeowners residing in these districts. The Powhaton Community Authority is a separate entity from Harmony Master Homeowners Association but is partially managed by CCMC.
Homeowners will be billed $25 per quarter and payment is due on the 1st of each quarter, i.e., January, April, July, and October annually.
Direct debit allows for payments to be automatically withdrawn from your checking or savings account each quarter.
To sign up for direct debit, please complete the direct debit form (PDF) and return it and a copy of a voided check to or fax it to 480-921-7564.
Homeowners that wish to have their HOA and Metro District payments paid through direct debit must submit one form for each account. i.e. one form for HOA payments, one form for Metro District payments.
Payments can be made online by eCheck, credit card, or automatic withdrawal through Pacific Western Bank. The automatic withdrawal option is valid for one year and then must be rescheduled.
POWHATON COMMUNITY AUTHORITY PAYMENTS
Payments can be made online by eCheck or credit card through CIT Property Pay.
Homeowners have different account numbers for their HOA and Metro District accounts. Association staff and CCMC Customer Service staff are available to assist with receiving the correct account numbers. Please read the quarterly statements carefully to ensure that the correct account number is used when making payments.
Payments can be mailed to the address listed on assessment statements. The detachable coupon portion of the statement must be included with the payment.
Would you like to receive your assessment statement electronically? Sign up for eStatements.
Going paperless helps the environment and reduces the amount of money the Association spends on mailing your statement.
These cost savings will help the Board to focus funds on more significant community needs and minimize future assessment increases.