Freqently Asked Questions

Please refer to the frequently asked questions below or contact us directly at (877) 419-BWAY for more information.

  1. Association website access
  2. Vendor billing information
  3. Assessment payment information
  4. Rent payment information
  5. Submit a service requests
  6. Paid assessment letter & 22.1 disclosure form
 
You can review your assessment balance and submit a service request on your association's website. You can also view homeowner documents, news & announcements, calendar of events, etc. on your association's website.

To log on to your association's website please select one of the following options:
 
Please mail all invoices to:

NAME OF ASSOCIATION OR UNIT
c/o Breakaway Management
P.O.Box 1838
Evanston, IL 60204
You can also fax or email your invoices to:

Fax: (877) 419-2929
Email: billing@breakawaymgmt.com


 
All assessment payments must be mailed to:

NAME OF YOUR ASSOCIATION
c/o Breakaway Management
P.O.Box 1838
Evanston, IL 60204
Note: Please make assessment checks out to your association and be sure to put your name and unit number on the check.


You can sign up for automatic debit to have your monthly assessments payment withdrawn from your bank account on the specified date. We offer this service at no additional cost.
 
All rent payments must be mailed to:

Breakaway Management
P.O.Box 1838
Evanston, IL 60204
Note: Please make rental checks out to Breakaway Management and be sure to put your name and unit number on the check.


You can sign up for automatic debit to have your monthly rent payment withdrawn from your bank account on the specified date. We offer this service at no additional cost.
 
For service requests related to your association or rental unit managed by Breakaway Management please call your property manager at the number below.

Service Request Line:
(877) 419-2929 * 1
You can also submit your request online by clicking the link below.
 
In compliance with Illinois Law (Chapter 765, Section 605/22.1 of the Illinois Compiled Statutes), when selling your unit you'll be asked by your lender for a paid assessment letter from the management company.

This letter from the management company indicates whether or not all assessments are current. This letter also reflects any pending charges such as repair costs, fines, legal fees for units in collection, planned special assessments, or liens that the association may have filed against your unit and the amount of the lien.

To request a paid assessment letter for your unit or for a unit you are representing please complete the request form by clicking the link below.