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Pay Maintenance Fee

Pay your dues online!!

 

Cadmus Properties is now pleased to offer a convenient way for you to pay your dues online via a secure Online Portal.

Secure

Online payments are encrypted using bank-grade security.

Fast

Your charges are immediately marked as paid.

Convenient

You can pay your dues from anywhere with your mobile device.

Flexible

Choose the method that best fits your needs.

 

Below are your payment options:

eCheck (100% free to you!)

Enter your routing and account numbers in your secure Online Portal to pay dues or any other
charge directly from your checking or savings account.

Credit or Debit Card

Use your debit or credit card to pay dues or any other charge through the secure Online Portal. (An online convenience fee applies and is based on your monthly dues charges.)

Electronic Cash Payments

If you choose this method, we will provide you with a reusable PaySlip that you can use at 7-Eleven, Ace Cash Express, CVS and Casey’s General Stores to pay your dues in cash (a $3.99 transaction fee applies; $1,500 maximum per transaction).

 

How to get started

  1. Email accounting@cadmusproperties.com to request your Appfolio Owner Activation Link
  2. Include your Full Name, Name of Your Association and your unit # or Property Address
  3. Requests will be processed within 3 business days. You will receive an email from Appfolio Owner Activation Link

For help with your account or setting up payments online, please visit Appfolio online help center at www.appfolio.com/help for access to FAQ’s, step-by-step walkthroughs, live chat, email support, and phone support.

Mailing Address For Payments

If you choose to submit your payments by coupon and paper check, money order or through your bank’s online Bill Pay feature, please ensure your payments are mailed to the address listed below.

Cadmus Properties Corp
PO Box 2120
Honolulu, HI 96805

Please make checks payable to the entity listed on your invoice, include the remittance slip with your payments, and write the account number found on your invoice in the notes section of your check.