How to be a better neighbor in 2020.

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Due to our daily responsibilities and busy schedules, many of us do not have time to interact with our families, roommates, let alone our neighbors! If becoming more friendly is one of your 2020 resolutions, start in your community by becoming a better neighbor. It is easier than you think! Here are some tips. 

 

Being polite.

Introduce yourself to your neighbors! Are you new to Hebron 121 Station? Then next time you see your neighbors, approach them and say “hello!” A simple greeting can take you a long way! It will show your neighbors you are friendly and people are more likely to help you out if you ever need anything when they know who you are. If you have been living here for a while, next time you see your neighbor, recognize them with a smile and a simple wave. Showing attentiveness is polite and makes people feel acknowledged.

 

Keeping the noise low.

If you like to play music out loud or are working on a project that requires tools, restrict these activities to do them during the daytime. The same goes for moving and other chores like vacuuming. If you are having a party, be considerate and try to have them during the weekend and do not allow them to go for too long.

 

Maintaining common amenities.

Be mindful when you are using some of our Lewisville apartments’ amenities. Everyone expects to find them in the best condition, as you would too! Keep the common areas clean, such as the pool and picnic areas and wipe down the fitness center’s equipment you used during your work out. Remember to also pick up after your pet! If any of the amenities need to get fixed, let the property manager know so it gets taken care of soon.

 

In spite of everything that we have going on in our lives, the best advice to becoming a better neighbor is being kind and respectful. What was the most recent pleasant experience you had when meeting a neighbor? Share with us in the comments!

 

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