Are you Good/Bad Neighbor?
There are a few simple rules that every new homeowner must follow in order to keep their new neighborhood peaceful.
You don’t want to be the person who is rude and disrespectful to a neighbor. The key is to be a good neighbor by being kind and considerate to other people who live around you.
- A good neighbor is someone who values their home and neighborhood.
- Being a good neighbor can help keep property values up.
- You are a Good Neighbor if you greet your neighbors with a smile and a greeting.
- Establishing a positive relationship with a neighbor is very important in the beginning.
- Your neighbor may need to carry large grocery items or heavy items that they can't do without.
- Doing so will create a perfect precedent for you and your neighbor.
- You can also prevent your dog from barking all night long by keeping them inside when they’re not around.
- They can also be trained to ignore their toys if they get too loud.
- Well maintained properties are more attractive to prospective buyers and help keep the neighborhood looking neat and tidy.
- Get to know them better by asking them about their lives and interests.
- You can also suggest great restaurants and activities to keep them occupied.
- Call strangers if they are in danger or are looking for a place to hide.
- If you plan on having a large party or event in the near future, let your neighbor know.
- Set a noise level that is acceptable to them.
- Talking/Gossiping about your neighbor.
- Waiting your neighbor doing bad so you can speak out loud.
- You play loud music all night.
- Not returning any items borrowed from your neighbor.
- Also park in your neighbor’s driveway.
- Instead of asking face to face, leaving comments and notes through letter or media platform.
- Placing garbage outside of property on roadside unattended also, don’t close the lids on the garbage cans.
- Smoking ,fireworks, barbeque in a way that effects other families in neighbor.