HOA Dues Information
HOA Dues for Compton Village are paid quarterly. Association dues pay for a wide variety of services for residents including trash pickup, the pool, snow plowing, the community center, and landscaping.
Please note that the HOA dues rate has changed as of April 1, 2019. Please note the new dues amounts below.
Payments are due:
There are several ways to make your payments. Compton Village and our management company, First Service Residential, prefer that payment be made via Click-Pay. You can set up your account with Click-Pay via this link. Setting up an account with Click-Pay ensures that your payment will be made regularly and you will avoid any late fees. Keep in mind that there can be up to a three business day processing delay for payments made via Click-Pay
You can also mail your payment. If you want to make your payments via mail, please send them to
Compton Village Homeowners Association
C/O First Service Residential
PO Box 62010
Newark, New Jersey 07101-8060
Remember that this method is subject to the variables of mail delivery and a longer delay in crediting your account once the payment is received. If you use this method, you want to make sure that your payment is sent out a little before the due date to make sure you don't incur any late fees.
You might also choose to set up an automatic payment via your bank's online billpay system. If you utilize this method, please use the address above for your payment. If your bank requires a phone number as a part of the payee setup, you can use this one. 888-354-0135.
|Unit Type||Quarterly Dues||Notes|
|Townhouses (Section 6)||$271.71|
|Condominiums||$4,453.78||Paid via the Condominium Board|
The fiscal year for the Compton Vllage HOA is April 1 to March 31. When the budget is set for the upcoming fiscal year, coupon payment books are mailed to all homeowners not enrolled in Click Pay. This mailing should take place sometime during February or March each year.
Know your rights as a homeowner. Click here for the Complaint and Due Process document.
If a fine has been levied against your homeowner's account and you would like it to be waived, you need to submit the waiver form for consideration at the next meeting of the HOA Governing Board.