I live in a small development and it is easy to keep track of who is moving out and who is moving in. In fact a new home is being built next door to me and the new buyers hope to be in before the holidays.
I confess I am not the kind of neighbor I should be. Working lots of hours means I am on the go and don't invest the time I should getting to know my neighbors. I intend for that to change.
When I moved two years ago several of my neighbors stopped by to introduce themselves. Some brought gifts to say hello and welcomed us to the neighborhood. This made my husband and me feel very welcome and wanted. It takes effort and this effort was appreciated.
I intend to be a better neighbor. When my new next door neighbors move in I will visit and take them a welcome gift. I also plan to have them over to get to know them better. It is a good practice to know your neighbors especially in case of an emergency.
We agents do these visits for our clients to make them feel welcome and see if there is anything they need. It's a neighborly thing to do and part of our routine and customer service.
Extending a welcome within our own neighborhoods will be well received and make the newcomers feel like a part of the community.
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