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How do I sign up?

In order to sign up, please go to or click the button above or call PayLease at 1-866-729-5327 . Signing up will require a CUSTOMER ACCOUNT NUMBER WHICH IS ON YOUR MONTHLY STATEMENT (upper right corner) OR YOU CAN GET IT FROM THE CPMMI OFFICE. Select the button ‘Register Tenant’ and fill out the necessary information to create a user id and password. It will also ask you to enter-in the address for which you are making payments and then PayLease will automatically link you to that property in the system. Once you are logged in, select ‘Make Payment’ to make a payment or “Automatic Payments’ to set up an automatic debit each month. You may also call-in to PayLease to get signed up over the phone. It’s that easy!

Why should I use PayLease?

Eliminate the cost of postage and handling of lease checks. Have the ability to make lease payment with a credit card and earn more rewards including mileage points and cash back incentives. Have the ability to pay your lease payment in multiple payments including security deposit, late payments, utilities, etc. Have the flexibility of choosing the day of debit payment allows for better money management. Receive an automatic e-mail prior to debit day reminds lessee of debit day, amount, info etc. No more late payments.

Is there a contract or can I cancel at any time?

With PayLease there is no contract. PayLease is an option for you to make your lease payments easier. If you opt to be a member of PayLease and still send in a paper check, you will not incur any monthly fees for not using the service. Fees are incurred only when you process a payment.

Is there a fee to use PayLease?

Yes, there is a small convenience fee of $2.95 per transaction. There are also credit card processing fees from Discover, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Discover, Visa and MasterCard charge 3.0% of the transaction amount and American Express charges 4.0% of the transaction amount. Please check your lease or Association documents to see if this will save you money versus a late fee and interest charges for a missed payment.