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Pay Your HOA Dues Online

Pay Automatically

With BB&T Association Pay, you can have recurring payments debited directly from your checking or savings account held at any US financial institution. Here’show to get started:

  • Enroll online in BB&T Association Pay (ACH). Your homeowner’s association must be enrolled in our Online Payment System. (If your association isn’t enrolled, you’ll receive a pop-up message when you enter your payment information.)
  • Enroll by mail or fax by completing the Association Pay enrollment form in your coupon book or billing statement, or following the instructions in this generic enrollment form.

One Time Payments

To make a one-time payment online, use BB&T’s Online Payment System.

Your homeowner’s association must be enrolled in our Online Payment System. (If your association isn’t enrolled, you’ll receive a pop-up message when you enter your payment information.)

  • Pay by card with your Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express® or Discover® card.
  • Pay by eCheck with a one-time electronic funds transfer by ACH debit from your checking or savings account from any US financial institution.

Homeowners using the online payment system will be charged a convenience fee of $9.95 per transaction for making a one-time payment online by credit card or eCheck.

Pay By Mail

Mail your payment with coupon to:

BB&T
PO Box 628207
Orlando, FL 32862-8207

  • Do not mail cash.
  • You must include an Association Services coupon with every payment.
  • Make checks payable to the legal name of your homeowner’s association.
  • Write your Bill Pay Number (located on your payment coupon) on your check.
  • Write “US Funds” on Canadian checks that are to be processed in US Funds.

Please Note: Non-payment correspondence received by BB&T at this address may be destroyed. BB&T has no responsibility to forward any non-payment correspondence to your homeowner’s association. Please mail separately, all non-payment correspondence to your property management company or homeowners’ association.

Click here to get answers to questions you may have about making a payment online.