Since the emergence of communities in the most primitive groups of human beings, communication and coexistence was needed. We know that a person cannot live isolated from society and when you move to a new neighborhood or subdivision is necessary to establish a good relationship with your neighbors.

Good neighbors may create bonds of trust and friendship, often they are the ones who help you in any problems.

For easy or difficult the coexistence between you and your neighbors, here are some tips to promote respect, peace and a climate of tolerance. After all, you are sharing a place in common with them.

Give Yourself Time to Explore the Colony

Before establishing dialogue with anyone, looks how they behave. What communication channels used and how they do, whether friends or enemies, and perhaps how long they have lived in the property. You know a little more depth to your neighbors, you know how to approach them and establish a dialogue.

Avoid Being a Noisy Neighbor

Sure, it’s your home or a housing and you can listen to music, watch movies with a sophisticated sound system, make the holidays you want or riding a ballroom in the middle of your living room but your neighbors are also entitled to rest at night , to be quiet and peaceful environment around. When you think you will disturb the order a bit, talk to them and warns you before what you plan to do.

Have Children? Encourage Respect in Community with Them

It should be explained to the little kids what it means to live in community and the importance of respecting public areas: teaching where it may or may not play, or why it is important not to cry at certain times.

You’re Pet, Your Responsibility

Have a household pet is very valid, but remember you are in charge of a living thing that needs attention and care; pets also end up forming part of the local coexistence. To avoid odor complaints, clean your home, take your pet for a walk on a leash to incite bad sides, collect their waste and educate her to do the least possible noise.

Be a Caring Neighbor

Always speak well of you to lend a hand to neighbors, you will promote trust and rapport. For example, if you are going to leave home, receive mail in the mailbox or if someone ever needs your help for a move. Small actions that show your solidarity.

Do not Neglect the Spaces we Share

In most buildings or subdivisions, there are people who are responsible for maintaining the space and although this is not your direct responsibility, yes it is caring public areas. Imagine that each space ends up forming part of a whole. For example, if the garbage down the elevator gets dirty, it should be cleaned or if something breaks, you have to inform neighbors and repair the damage.

Collaborates with Expenses in Common

When you live in a building, no maintenance costs with which everyone pays between certain services for the common good. Pay to take out the trash, cleaning the building, doorman, or to paint the walls when needed. When you live in a house you will have to cover costs overall for the policeman who keeps the house or also maintaining green spaces for example. So try to contribute monthly the amount needed, remember that this will also be to your benefit.