Happy New Year! We’re thrilled to see many of you returning to our community as the holiday season comes to a close. Please continue to adhere to the city ordinance regarding the use of face coverings and remain cautious in your social interactions. As a reminder, both the CDC guidelines and our community rules limit gatherings to 10 people or less. The safety of our community depends on your individual actions!
Stay well, Wildcats!
~ 2021 Commit to Get Fit ~
Did your New Year’s Resolution include a fitness goal? We’ve got you covered! Our fitness center remains open, click here to sign up for a time slot and remember to wear a face covering at all times unless you’re using our cardio equipment!
Need help getting started?
Last spring we added new medicine balls to our equipment. These versatile tools can be used for upper and lower body as well as abs. Check out this 20-minute medicine ball workout from gethealthyu.com.
NEW ~ Optional Credit Reporting
Opt in on your Resident Portal
We are now offering optional credit reporting to help our valued residents build credit history! You can opt in on your Resident Portal by clicking ‘Make a Payment’ and then ‘learn more and ‘opt in’ on the next screen.
Whenever you make an on-time rent payment through the portal, it will be reported to the Credit Bureaus. There is no negative reporting if you miss a payment, this can only benefit you!
To kick off this new feature we’ll be raffling off a $100 Visa eGift card to a MadCom Resident in February. To enter, simply pay your February rent BEFORE it’s due on on the 1st. Do yourself a favor and opt in to credit reporting first and get the most out of this offer!
~ Portrait Photographer Wanted~
Hey Residents, if you’ve got photography skills we want to talk to you!
Email examples of your portrait work to firstname.lastname@example.org
PODCAST SUGGESTION – Adulthood Made Easy: Dr. Meg Jay on Why Your Twenties Matter
Sam talks with Dr. Meg Jay, author of “The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter And How to Make the Most of Them Now.” From work to family to love, Dr. Jay has concrete words of advice and reassurance for people who want to use their twenty-something years wisely.