Five Tips for a Happy Neighbourhood

In the Benelux people do live very close ‘next’ and ‘above’ each other. In the area’s where space is eaten up by housing the persons living in it often do not know their neighbours.

It would be much better for community and social control if those citizens would make some more work of getting to know each other.

Perhaps this Summer something to think about and to work on.

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Kim Troyer, Veteran Keller Williams Realty real estate agent in Geist, having his expertise extending to Meridian-Kessler, Carmel, Zionsville and other parts of Hamilton County, not only has an eye for the home sales which accelerated for the third consecutive month in May, reaching a pace not seen since 2007. {July Market Update.}

Whilst interest rates slightly decreased, remaining at historically low levels, he also dares to look at other facets of this world. As such he advertised for The Pint Cycle’s Tuesday night concert tour which took place on July 19th around the Nickel Plate District. {Tuesday Night Concert Tour with The Pint Cycle!}

He also looks forward to celebrating Indiana’s 200 years of statehood, the Bicentennial Birthday Bashand the Indiana State Museum is hosting the birthday parties of all birthday parties on Saturday, October 1st from 7 to 11:30 p.m. {Bicentennial Birthday Bash at the ISM!}

To remember the tips will to build connections with your neighbours and encourage a friendly rapport: Not waiting for others to take initiative

When have introduce each other it is not bad to talk about possible activities to do together.

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Kim Troyer

Fostering great relationships with your neighbors is the key to a happy community.

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Whether you’re just moving to a new neighborhood or have lived in one for years, the following tips will help build connections with your neighbors and encourage a friendly rapport:

1. Introduce Yourself: Being on a first-name basis with all of your immediate neighbors will establish a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

2. Go for Walks: Regularly walking around your neighborhood will increase your chances for meeting new neighbors and give you more opportunities to strike up conversations with ones you already know.

3. Give an Unexpected Gift: Giving your neighbors a gift, whether it’s something as simple as home-baked cookies or a potted plant, can go a long way in showing that you care about establishing a friendship.

4. Organize an Event: Make use of your outdoor living space this summer! Hosting a dinner party or barbecue…

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