Be A Good Neighbor

By
Real Estate Agent with Southern Classic Realtors Atlanta Area Realtor

We have all heard "good fences make good neighbors", but what is really involved in being a good neighbor?  Do you think my neighbor took a hint when we not only put up a fence but planted trees to obstruct the view of his yard?  No, I think that he is so used to the kaos that  he can not fathom how it looks to others.

I ran across the attached article in Realty Times that has so much insight on how to me a team player in your neighborhood.  As Spring approaches it's a great time to put our best foot forward, check this out; http://realtytimes.com/rtpages/20100210_neighbor.htm.

 

 

Comments (3)

Margo Currie
Exit 1 Stop Realty - Saint Augustine Beach, FL

I know what you're saying... my dad used to have a neighbor who stored stacks of tires, old plastic kitty litter containers, cars in various stages of disrepair, etc. in his front yard. They lived in a lovely neighborhood of 1960s style brick ranch homes. The eyesore bothered everyone but the owner. This would have been a neighborhood that could have benefitted from an HOA.

Feb 17, 2010 04:20 AM
Karen Nichols
Nichols Group Real Estate - Denver, CO

Thanks a lot. That was a very interesting article.

Feb 17, 2010 04:27 AM
Anonymous
75230 Cockroaches

This does happen in real life! good communication between you guys should occur. 

Aug 19, 2011 07:17 AM
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