Billing Information

High Desert Assessments

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High Desert statements are mailed just prior to the beginning of each calendar quarter. Assessments are due on the first day of the quarter and are considered late if not paid by the 25th day of the quarter.  Owners who prefer to receive their statements electronically may sign up for eStatements at

Past due statements are mailed to those who are delinquent. The delinquent assessment will be charged interest at a rate of 12% per annum starting with the day the delinquent payment was due (e.g., a payment due on January 1 that was unpaid as of January 26 would be charged interest starting on January 1).  If the assessment is not paid by the next quarterly billing date, a late fee of $100 will be applied.

In addition, as indicated in the Declaration, there may be Special Assessment and/or Specific Assessments. 

Please note that quarterly invoices may include other fees and charges due to the Association in addition to the current assessments, so the total amount may vary from period to period. 

Please look carefully at your invoice before payment to make sure your total is accurate.

Click here to download a pdf of the 2016 Enforcement Policy.

Base Assessments and Gated Village Assessments

The Association has a Base Assessment owed by all owners and, additionally, seven gated villages have Gated Village Assessments for owners in those gated villages. Assessments are based on the budget and are determined annually.
The Association Base Assessments are $57.00 per month for the year July 2016 – June 2017 and are billed quarterly at $171.00. 

Gated Village Assessments are billed on the same quarterly invoice as the Base Assessment. The Gated Village Assessments, for the year 2016-2017, are:
Gated Village
Monthly Assessment/
Billed Quarterly
Chaco Compound
Desert Mountain
The Legends
Wilderness Compound

Note: invoices may vary from time to time due to changes in assessment amounts and/or the inclusion of other fees and charges.

What Services Do Homeowners Receive For Their Assessments?
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Quarterly auto-debit is available to residents who fill out a form to request the service. 

Click here to download a pdf of the form.

Residents should fill out the form completely, sign it, attach a voided check, and mail the form and voided check to the High Desert office address below.  Residents can also fax the form  to the office along with a copy of a voided check.
The auto debit charge is processed around the 25th of January, April, July and October. 
If the 25th of the month falls on a weekend the debit charge is usually processed the Friday before.  

Online Payment Options

website screen shotHigh Desert residents also have the option of paying their assessment online at HOAMCO’s recently updated web page at, either by one-time electronic withdrawal from their bank account with no fee, or by registering for an account to make one-time or recurring payments via e-check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. Convenience fees apply and will be displayed for all options before payment is submitted.

To see options for payment, go to the HOAMCO website at:  select “Make Payment” from the lower menu bar and then click  “Pay Online.”

Depending on your payment method, you may be asked to enter your name and address information, bank routing and account number or credit card number and expiration date, and the following codes:
(1) Management Company ID#: 1093  (Note new ID number as of October 2016)

(2) Association ID#: 100

(3) Your current Association Account Number (as shown on your statement)



Paying Bills with "Bill-Pay" Through Personal Banks

Homeowners can also choose to have a regular quarterly bill payment to High Desert set up through their personal bank so that payments are sent out automatically by their bank on a date chosen by the account holder.  Please contact your bank on the procedure used by your institution to have bills automatically paid. 

Residents can also use these services for one-time payments as well as scheduled, recurring payments. 

To ensure proper credit to your account, please be sure that your account number (shown on the HOAMCO invoice) is properly reflected in your bank's records and appears on all payments transmitted.

Since HOAMCO is not set up to receive electronic payments, your bill-pay service will likely mail a paper check, which can take several days to deliver.  Please take that into account in scheduling your payments, so that they arrive at the HOAMCO office by the due date.

If you have scheduled automatic recurring payments, please be sure that the amount of your payment matches the total amount due on your current invoice, which may vary from time to time due to changes in assessment amounts and/or the inclusion of other fees and charges.

Note: Owners who have set up payments through their bank will need to correct the remittance address for delivery of payments beginning in 2013. Failure to update the address for your online assessment bill may result in delayed or returned payments. The new address is: 

High Desert Residential Owners Association (Note: P.O. Box number updated October 2016)
P.O. Box 94346
Las Vegas, NV 89193-4346


Mailing Your Payment
Owners who want to continue mailing in their payments should address the envelopes to the following address:

High Desert Residential Owners Association
P.O. Box 94346
Las Vegas, NV 89193-

Please note that the above address is for payments only and they should be remitted by check or money order payable to: High Desert ROA.

If you pay your assessment directly, please note that only checks or money orders are accepted.
Please include  the perforated portion of the statement and write the account  number on the check or money order in the memo.  Please do not post-date checks.

If you have billing or accounting questions, please contact the HOAMCO office at (505) 888-4479.


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