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Reminder: Smoking and vaping is not allowed inside any apartment or house owned or managed by NETX Properties.
NEW OWNERSHIP PET FEE In January, our animal registration fee is going up to $300. Please make sure any animal coming into your household is registered BEFORE they are brought onto the property. Our animal ownership policy, as well as other policies, are available 24/7 on our website. NETXProperties.org
Don’t Commit Fraud It is a lease violation to have someone staying in your apartment who is not on the lease. If you want a significant other to live with you, do it the honest way and bring them in to be screened. If not, you are risking eviction!
Welcome the new year 2023 with your friends and family. With the New Year comes the opportunity for a new outlook on life, new hopes and new dreams; like starting a new chapter in your life. So, here's to a great New Year and a fond farewell to the old. NETX Properties family wishes you a year filled with good health, prosperity, and happiness.
Graduating High School Seniors Hopefully, you have already begun your search toward college. There are some really exciting programs just for you. Scholarships: This is free money for your college. As a resident of NBPM, you are qualified for a number of scholarships from small amounts to very large ones. Ask at the front desk for more information. Grants: Apply for that pell grant and other governments grants. It’s there for you. Take advantage of it. Rising Star Program: How about going to your first two years of college without paying tuition? Texarkana College has that for you if you qualify. Contact your high school counselor or call Texarkana College at 903-838-4541
Laundry Rules Some tips to help make the experience of doing laundry less tiresome for you and your neighbors! 1. Don’t leave laundry unattended. If you do leave, set a timer and return before your load (s) are finished. 2. Remove your items from the machines in a timely manner so others can use them. 3. Don’t use too much detergent, bleach or fabric softener. 4. Clean up any spills you make or see. 5. Clean out the dryer lint screen when you are finished with the machine. 6. If someone leaves and doesn’t return in a reasonable amount of time, you can remove their laundry from a washer/dryer but always put it in a clean place/table/basket, etc. 7. Talk quietly on your cell phone if you need to use it. 8. Don’t overload machines with clothes. 9. Double check machines to make sure you get all your things. 10.Don’t litter. 11.Do not throw your dryer sheets on the floor. 12.If you play music, make sure it’s not too loud. 13.Don’t take up all the machines. 14.Be mindful of neighbors if using machines late at night or very early in the morning. 15.Clean up any residue left in the washing machines after you use them. 16.If you leave a mess in the bathroom, clean it up! It shouldn’t be left so the next person has to clean up your mess! 17.Absolutely NO parties and loud music in the laundry room at all. REMEMBER, WE DO HAVE CAMERAS IN THE LAUNDRY ROOM.
RENT IS DUE BY THE END OF THE 5TH DAY OF EACH MONTH. LATE CHARGES ADDED BEORE THE OFFICE OPENS ON THE 6TH.
Reminder: if our maintenance staff has to pick up trash from YOUR yard in order to complete their tasks, a service fee will be charged. You are responsible for the trash in your yard regardless to how it got there. Use that money for your family instead, so keep your yard clean.
81th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor
December 7, 1941
This day is set aside to remember the brave men and women who lost their lives on the attack on Pearl Harbor, in Hawaii, on December 7, 1941 by the Imperial Japanese Navy. Flags should be flown at half-mast to honor those who died during the attack.
Warm up the house with this easy recipe!
Homemade Cranberry Sauce
· 16 oz bag of frozen cranberries or fresh
· 1 cup of sugar
· 1/3 cup water
· 1/8 tsp lemon zest
· Pinch of salt
· Put the cranberries in a saucepan set over Low heat. Leave out ½ cup of cranberries and set aside.
· Add remaining ingredients & cook for 5 min. or until sugar is dissolved.
· Increase heat to medium. Cook for 10 min. or until cranberries have burst.
· Reduce heat to low, stir in reserved cranberries. Adjust sweetness to your taste
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Locked Doors Please remember if Maintenance Staff enters your apartment, and no one is home, they are always required by the lease to lock the door when they leave (no exceptions). So if you plan on not being there, you need to always have your entrance key available.
INSPECTIONS Apartments are inspected for cleanliness, repairs that may be needed, and any possible improvements. If you have any questions or problems, they can be discussed during the inspection. We need access to ALL your windows and rooms. Please make sure ALL items are removed from the window area. Please remove all items off the top and inside of your stove and on the burners as well. Call in any work orders before the inspection. Poor housekeeping, missing fire detectors, and any damage beyond ordinary wear and tear are grounds for a failed inspection.
Cal Davis, Executive Director
After Hours Maintenance: 903-278-5477
Emergency: 911– Ask for New Boston
Centerpoint Energy: 1-800-259-5544
AEP (SWEPCO): 1-877-373-4585
REMINDERS FROM MAINTENANCE Outside Christmas lights and other decorations must be taken down no later than January 8. Also, all boxes must be broken down and flattened out before putting them in the trash bins. Please make sure the trash bags are tied. Do not grab a trash can from another porch because yours is full and put your trash in them and that means vacant apartments as well. Remember to regularly clean your trash bin. Do not refuse entry to our maintenance staff when they come to your apartment. They are there for a reason and need to fix whatever issue there is inside. Remember, as colder temperatures are approaching you must always leave your heat on to prevent pipes from freezing. PLEASE DO NOT USE YOUR GAS STOVE OR OVEN TO HEAT UP YOUR UNIT. THIS IS VERY DANGEROUS AND COULD RESULT IN A FIRE OR SERIOUS INJURY. IF YOUR HEATER IS NOT WORKING, PLEASE NOTIFY THE OFFICE IMMEDIATELY TO PUT IN A WORK ORDER.