If you would like to use the Courtney & Courtney Online ACH Form, please use the form below. (No charge for this service)
In order to make an ACH Payment on your account, you must complete registration with us. Simply select the Register link in the top right portion of this page, and enter the requested information. A Verification Code will be sent to the email address you specified during registration and will be required at your first login. If you do not receive your registration email within a few minutes, please request a password reminder from the Login page. If you have already completed registration with us, please login.
For HOA Payments only :If you specify “Every Time Due” in the frequency, the payments, whether annually, quarterly or monthly will come out of your account on the 8th of the month due or the next banking business day if it falls on a weekend or holiday.
For Tenants: Rents are due on the 1st of the month and that is the date your ACH will process. If your ACH comes in after the 3rd of the month, there will be a late fee assessed to your account. Also, if you mark “Every Time Due”, this deduction will continue until you notify us to stop it. If you have any questions regarding setting up your ACH, please contact our office for personal help.
The Payments Page works best with Chrome or FireFox. There have been a few issues with Internet Explorer.
If you would like to use the PayLease Payment option, please click on the appropriate option immediately below.
Courtney & Courtney has teamed up with PayLease Inc. to streamline our rent and HOA dues collection! You can now eliminate the burden of mailing your lease or assessment payment every month! Through PayLease, you will now be able to pay your lease and dues payments online via credit/debit card or an e-check from your checking or savings account. You can make a one-time payment or sign up to have your payments automatically withdrawn each month at www.courtneyandcourtney.com or by calling 866.729.5327. It’s that easy! No more hassle and no more late payments.