Abberly Green Apartments August 2012 Newsletter

What's On Your Mind?

We hope that you love living at Abberly Green! Please let us know of anything you may need, things that we could do better, things that you love at Abberly Green or any ideas of a service that you would like us to offer or improve on. We really do care about your happiness.

We understand that your lives get busy and you forget to tell us things that you have been meaning to bring to our attention. Please let us know, your input does matter to us. At this same time, we are going to be collecting your e–mail addresses so that we can make sure that everyone in your home is receiving our newsletter.

We would really like some feedback from you on your happiness at Abberly Green. We have created a survey to let us know what you think about your community. Please take a few moments to complete, click here. Your feedback is very, very important to us.

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Pool Season is Here!

Our pool is now open! Please remember there are pool rules posted at the pool and we ask that you take time to read and abide by them.

Some, but not all the rules are:

  1. No pets allowed inside the pool or the pool deck area.
  2. No more than 2 guests at a time allowed per apartment.
  3. No glass containers of any kind allowed in the pool area.
  4. No horseplay or rough housing allowed.
  5. No one allowed inside the pool areas before 10:00am and after 10:00pm.

Community Bulletin Board

Abberly Green has an area on our website where you can list items you want to sell. If you look under resources on LiveAbberlyGreen.com, you will see a drop down screen that will say Community Bulletin Board. From here you can list items that you want to sell. There is a place where you can post job opportunities, events through the area, etc.

It is free and we will publicize the items for you. Take advantage of this service we offer. We want to make sure that we are constantly working on things that will make life easier for you. If you have any suggestions, feel free to let us know.

Dates to Remember

Friday, August 3rd Music on Main presents: PUSHH outside on the lawn at Town Hall, 413 N. Main St, downtown Mooresville. Free. Bring your chairs and family! More info

August 3rd-5th Tax Free Weekend for general merchandise purchased in North Carolina. BUY LOCAL Shop Chamber Members: More info

Saturday, August 4th 10a Movies on Main "Cars 2", Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N. Main St, Mooresville. Free family fun event in the fantastic Air Conditioned Joe V. Knox Auditorium. More info

Tuesday, August 7th 4-8pm National Night Out, Downtown Mooresville. Free Event for the community! Crime Prevention BLOCK PARTY Food, Music, Kids Area, GiveAways, Games and much more.

Tuesday, August 28th Abberly Green’s 2nd Social Hour, Abberly Green Clubhouse, 5pm to 7pm Wine Tasting. Bring your favorite bottle of wine and see if your neighbors will enjoy it as much as you do!


Renting is Generally Better Than Buying in Mooresville, NC

When deciding whether to rent or buy, you are making the choice to rent an apartment home or renting the capital needed to buy a home. Most Americans don't consider that they are renting equity (from the bank) to buy a home. As you are aware, very little equity is built in the first few years of paying a mortgage. Many people are surprisingly still very unaware of this fact.

This following article explains how renting is financially better than buying in about 75% of cases! Read more...


Watch out for the cicada-killer!

It’s that time of year when you’ll see large numbers of huge cicada-killer wasps (nearly 2 inches) skimming around your yard, shrubs and trees. Many people are afraid of wasps in general and really large wasps, like cicada-killers, can be threatening. These wasps are erratic fliers that do not seem to notice humans are different than trees. If you watch them long enough you may see a male clumsily slam into the side of building.

What do they look like? Eastern cicada-killers have a rusty red head and thorax, amber-colored wings, and a black- and yellow-striped abdomen. Females are usually larger than males; cicada-killers range in size from 1 ¼ inches to 2 inches. Cicada-killers are most commonly confused with European hornets. Read more...