The Sanctuary Pay Dues

Quarterly Assessments:
Assessments are $300/quarter and due on January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1. There are four payment options available to you, listed below. Your 5-digit Account Number is located in two places on your statement. You must reference this account number when remitting payment – as it is the key that brings your payment to your account.


Option 1 – ACH Direct Debit: 1 day
ACH grants permission for the Association to pull the quarterly assessment from your account. This service is free. The form is available here and requires a voided check. This method is the fastest as the Management is pulling payment AND posting it to your account at the same time.

Option 2 – Electronic Check or Credit Card: 1 day 
This service grants permission for the Association’s bank to pull the quarterly assessment from your account. E-check is free. If you choose to use a credit/debit card, the bank may charge a processing fee – please review carefully. Click here to use this option.


Option 3 – Physical Check: 2-4 days delay

The delay here is US mail, the check processing center, and finally posting to your account. Please ensure no other correspondence is included with your payment. Physical checks may be mailed to the check processing center for the Association’s operating account, which is located at:

The Sanctuary Community Association, Inc.
PO Box 669233
Miami, FL 33166

Option 4 – Electronic Banking (“bill pay”): 3-5 days delay
Through your personal bank, you may assign the Association as a payee – please ensure your 5-digit account number is in the memo section of the check. The physical address used is the P.O. Box above. Consumer banks are notorious for printing and mailing checks 1-2 days after your command, then US mail, then the check processing center, and finally posting to your account. Please ensure no other correspondence is included with your payment.

What NOT to do:
Please do not use the physical address of the management company. This will result in delays of your payment posting to your account. Interest/fees are based on when the payment posts to your account, not when you issue payment, or even when your account is drawn. So please allow ample time for payment to post to your account. It is the responsibility of the Member to plan for the common delays of their chosen payment method.