February 2020 Newsletter

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Home Is Where the Heart Is

We‘re delighted that you have chosen to reside at Waterstone. Our management team strives to create a warm and caring living environment designed to make you feel right at home. Please don‘t hesitate to contact the Management Office with any comments, questions or concerns. Have a Happy Valentine‘s Day!

It’s Breakfast On the Go!

Let us get your day off to a tasty start! Our Staff will be handing out Complimentary Breakfast at the Exit Gate on February 14th from 7am until supplies last. It‘s just our way of showing you how much you‘re appreciated at Waterstone!

A Friendly Rent Reminder

Please keep in mind, rent payment is due on the 1st each month with grace period until the 3rd. Late fees are added on the 4th to delinquent payments. Check your lease agreement for details. Please be sure to indicate your unit number on all rent payments. Thank you!

Contest time!

Give us a review on Google in the month of February and be entered to win a Gift Card! The winner will be picked on March 3rd.

February is Responsible Pet Owners Month

Taking good care of your pets is a year-round labor of love. Remember to spay or neuter your pet to prevent overpopulation, visit the veterinarian regularly, give your pet plenty of exercise, and offer your pet the kind of unconditional love he or she gives you. And being the responsible pet owner and good neighbor that you are, we thank you for always remembering to clean up after your pets when walking.

A Treat For YOU!

As our way of saying thank you, you‘re invited to stop by the Leasing Office on February 3rd for Donuts (while supplies last) compliments of Waterstone.

The Meaning of Rose Colors

The color of the bloom has significance, so before you send the message that you want to be “just friends,” check out our cheat sheet for Valentine’s roses: red, the lover’s rose, signifies enduring passion; white, humility and innocence; yellow, expressing friendship and joy; pink, gratitude, appreciation and admiration; orange, enthusiasm and desire; white lilac and purple roses represent enchantment and love at first sight. The number of stems in a rose bouquet can also express specific sentiments.

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