When paying online, you will need the homeowner association name. Simply type in Daybreak and select Daybreak Community Association (South Jordan, UT). You will also need your account number that can be found on your invoice. If you do not have your account number, call the Association office.
The due dates for assessments are January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1 of each year. The policy affixes a delinquency date of the 15th day of the month as being delinquent if not paid in full. We realize some homeowners in Daybreak may be experiencing hardship and unable to pay their quarterly assessments. We strongly encourage these homeowners to reach out to the association office to discuss payment plan options to avoid late fees and suspension of amenities. Please email your request to email@example.com.
2021 Daybreak Assessments
We continue to make the direct-debit payment option available at no charge. Please follow the instructions noted on the form blow and return to our office for set up. If you are set up for direct-debit and your assessment has changed, the new amount will automatically be deducted.
Direct Debit Form
In order to use either of these two services, please visit our website at ccmcnet.com. On the Home Page, please select the link titled “Payment options” and select the state the property is in. From there, you will be linked to Union Bank, the processing service center.
While there is a $14.95 processing fee per credit card transaction, please note there is no charge for electronic check transactions. American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa are accepted. If you have recurring electronic check payments with Union Bank and your assessment has changed, it will be necessary to update your payment information with Union Bank. If you wish to make any changes to your account with Union Bank, you may access it through our website. CCMC and Union Bank are not related companies. To comply with privacy laws, we do not share personal information nor does CCMC have access to your recurring payment profile.
If you are using a bill payment service, please review your account number and remittance address. Many bill payment services remit electronically and the correct account number is essential for proper posting. Your account number is twelve digits with no dashes or spaces. If your assessment has changed, you must also update your bill payment processor.
You may choose to have your assessment billing statement delivered to you via email instead of the default option of paper delivery. You may sign up for eStatement assessment billing at ccmcnet.opt-e-mail.com/signup. You will need your homeowner account number and the street number of your property in order to signup. No action on your part is required if you prefer paper delivery. Electing to have your statement delivered electronically does not change any established payment method you have in place.
When paying by mail or through your online bill payment service, it is imperative that separate checks and envelopes be used for each account. Each check should also list the account number to ensure timely and proper posting to the correct account. The remittance address for your mailed payments is:
PO Box 105260, Atlanta, GA 30348-5260
Please make sure you mail your coupon/statement stub with your payment. Payments will be processed automatically by the payment processing service center with an electronic check transaction.
Your assessment payment schedule is set up to be paid on a quarterly basis. The quarterly assessments are due the first day of the quarter.
January 1 for Q1
April 1 for Q2
July 1 for Q3
October 1 for Q4
Options for Residents Who Want to Pay Monthly
- Set up a monthly payment plan where your assessments will be due on the same designated day each month. The cost to residents for a payment plan is a one time $45 administrative fee and then $10 per month maintenance fee. The fees collected will go directly towards offsetting the management costs that result from establishing and monitoring each payment plan.
- Prepay one quarter's worth of assessments in advance to prevent the account from going into a delinquent status, then begin monthly payments. At the beginning of the quarter, the Association withdraws the quarterly assessment from the account to fulfill the payment requirement. Then when the owner pays monthly they are replenishing the funds, essentially saving up for the next quarter.