On behalf of your Community, we encourage you to take advantage of the owner portal, which puts association information at your fingertips, to access at your convenience. Our hope is that this community portal serves as an effective information resource for your community and as a useful tool for tracking your communications with us.
If This Website Is Not Recognizing Your Password: Please click the "I forgot My Login/Password" link above the Email field (on the right) to generate a new password. Please allow up to 15 minutes for the email with the new password to reach your inbox. If the new password you receive does not work, it is almost always due to a typo in which similar looking characters are mistaken for each other (e.g. lowercase l and capital I, or letter O and number 0). The email address must match the one we have on file for your account.
If You Do Not Have a Login: Please click the "Sign Up" link on the right. That will take you to the Registration page. Then, fill out the fields that include Email, Name, Phone, Account, Password, Confirm Password, and Registration Key.
On the sign up page, If you do not have a Registration Key: Click the "I Do Not Have a Valid Key" hyperlink to be taken to a different Sign Up page. There you will fill out the fields, submit your Sign Up request, and a member of our team will review your request and reply back within one business day.
If you are having trouble logging-in: When logging in, your email address must match the email address that is set up on your account. If this does not work, the most common solution is to clear your website history. Instructions will vary depending on your device however, most commonly this can be done by accessing the menu at the top right of the screen (three dots beside the website address) - look for More Tools or Privacy & Security Settings, click on: clear Browsing Data, clear data for Cookies, Site Data, Cached Web Content.
Click HERE to watch a quick guide on signing up and registering for access to the online portal.
Attention: Mandatory Disclosure for Members of Associations in North Carolina
Pursuant to N.C.G.S. Section 7A-38.3F, the association is required to notify its members yearly that members and the association may request voluntary mediation of any dispute with the association arising under the North Carolina Planned Community Act or the North Carolina Condominium Act, or under the association's declaration, bylaws, or rules and regulations, other than a dispute relating solely to the failure to pay dues or assessments. Either party can decline to engage in mediation for any reason. The procedure for requesting mediation is set forth in the statute.
Furthermore, in compliance with N.C.G.S. 47C-3-103 and N.C.G.S. 47F-3-103. (2013-127, s. 1.) Board Member information is published in the online CAMS Owner Portal Directory.