Pink Palace Pool Deck Project Special Assessment – Sea Trail Master Association, Inc

NOTE: This communication was sent by CAMS on behalf of Sea Trail Master Association, Inc.

Dear Homeowners:

Just a reminder that the additional $100 special assessment for the Pink Palace Pool Deck Project will post to your account tomorrow, February 1, 2023 and is due by March 31, 2023. Thanks to all of those who have paid in advance, your account will be credited.  For those who have Auto Draft, your account will be drafted on February 10, 2023.  Please let us know if you have any questions.

Thank you,

STMA Board of Directors

Sea Trail Master Association, Inc.

This Community is Professionally Managed By CAMS.
(877) 672-2267 | (910) 454-8787 |

Thank You to Bethany Hickman & Mike Mahoney!

A huge thank you to both Bethany and Mike for spearheading the Business Expo on Saturday, January 28 at the Pink Palace.  Sea Tail residents who own businesses were in attendance to hand out their information, answer questions and share some of their give-aways!  It was such a successful event that everyone who attended left with cards from these businesses they will certainly call for future needs.  Thanks again to all those businesses that participated, residents who attended and all of the volunteers that helped Bethany and Mike to make this event a resounding success!

Neil Weiss, a resident and photographer captured some pictures of the event.  These can be found in the Photo Gallery on the Classified Ads page

The 2023 Brunswick County Revaluation is Almost Done—Here’s What to Keep in Mind

As we head into another new year, you may have started to hear more about one particular topic: Brunswick County’s 2023 Revaluation.  A revaluation (also known as a reappraisal) is a routine update to property tax values to bring them back in line with the current sale price of properties. Over the past year, our state certified in-house appraisers have diligently and carefully researched and analyzed sales in our local market to determine an estimate of market value for all properties as required by North Carolina law.

Often when we hear about revaluation, we immediately think about property taxes. However, the purpose of a revaluation is to determine a property’s current market value to ensure everyone pays their fair share of the costs for the local government services they use and rely on.

Ultimately, your property’s appraised value is only one factor that determines how much property tax you pay. Click HERE for some things to keep in mind as you prepare to receive your new assessed value.

Payment Address Reminder-Sea Trail Master Association, Inc.

NOTE: This communication was sent by CAMS on behalf of Sea Trail Master Association, Inc. from a Do Not Reply address. Replies are NOT monitored.

Dear Homeowner:

Last year the payment address changed for the association.  Here is some helpful information that will help to ensure there are no delayed payments:

  • If you mail a paper check or pay from your own bank’s online billpayment portal – please verify that you have the correct payment address set up.  Checks must be made payable to the Association Name and must include your full account number.  The payment address is P.O. Box 93836, Las Vegas, NV 89193-3836
  • If you are enrolled in Autodraft with CAMS – no action is needed.  Need to verify or edit your autodraft setup? Find instructions in the Owner FAQ folder under Documents in the CAMS Portal.
  • Need help with making electronic payments via the portal (echeck or credit card/debit card)? Find instructions in the Owner FAQ folder.

Did you know?  If you cannot log into the portal, you can still view certain documents including the Owner FAQ folder – just click on the DOCUMENTS tab below the banner on the portal home page.

Find helpful answers on our website:

Thank you for your kind attention.

Sea Trail Master Association, Inc.

This Community is Professionally Managed By CAMS.
(877) 672-2267 | (910) 454-8787 |

Upcoming Inspection for Sea Trail Master Association, Inc

NOTE: This communication was sent by CAMS on behalf of Sea Trail Master Association, Inc..

This notice is being sent as a courtesy reminder to the entire community.  Sea Trail Master Association, Inc.’s designated Community Manager is charged with making routine property visits as part of our services to the association and at the direction of the Board.  We are sharing this reminder in advance of the next property inspection for owners and residents to be aware of the rules enforced within your community and to facilitate compliance proactively.

Owning a property within an association carries with it the responsibility of proper maintenance and providing harmony within the community. It is the duty of the Association, as outlined in the community’s governing documents, to enforce the use restrictions and applicable rules and regulations that have been put into place for Sea Trail Master Association, Inc..

The following list outlines a few regular concerns at your community.

Dear Homeowners:

In an effort to keep our community beautiful, please remember to:

  • Put your trash can out of view after trash collection.
  • Pick up after your pet.

In addition, the golf course management would like to remind homeowners not to walk or ride bikes on the golf course or cart paths.  This is a safety issue that must be enforced.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, thank you for your compliance.

Landlords: Please note that tenants must comply with Rules and Regulations of your community. To ensure they are up to date, have them review these on the website at

We appreciate your cooperation with ensuring the standards within your community are observed and maintained.

CAMS. on behalf of Sea Trail Master Association, Inc. Board of Directors