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How To Be A Good Neighbor While Renting

Being a good tenant goes beyond paying rent. It means being a good neighbor. One of the concerns we hear from the homeowners whose property we manage is how their neighbors will react to a renter in their home. We put them at ease with the quality of the renters we find.

National Property Management Group has some tips on how to be a good neighbor:

-Neighbors are often wary of renters because they don’t know them or may not feel they’re invested in their neighborhood. So be sure to introduce yourself (and your family) at the earliest possible time.

-Let your new neighbors know that you consider yourself a part of this community and will behave like it. Attend neighborhood meetings and volunteer for any initiatives like neighborhood cleanup.

-Advise them if you have pets and how you’ll care for them. Neighborhoods frown on loose pets or pets that misbehave. Put your neighbors at ease before an incident arises.

-Be considerate. If you plan to entertain a large group let your neighbors know, you might even consider inviting them. If parking space is precious ask your guests to park on neighboring streets if possible.

-If you’re renting a house keep the yard and landscaping looking neat. Curb appeal is a source of pride in any neighborhood so do your part to keep it up.

At National Property Management Group we pride ourselves on the quality of our properties. If you find yourself relocating to the Kansas City Metro area we can find the perfect place for you to call home until you get acquainted with our beautiful city and decide to buy. If you’re tired of apartment living and simply want to rent a home while saving to buy we can also find a suitable and desirable place to hang your hat. Most of our properties accept pets (with the appropriate deposit) so you’re welcome to bring Fluffy, Fido or Spot. Call us today to see our properties, we’d be happy to show you around.

  1. American Roofing Reply
    These are simple, but effective, steps for being a good neighbor. By following these tips, the neighbors should have no problem with having a renter next door.
  2. Climate Control Reply
    Once I moved into our neighborhood I did go an introduce myself. However, I'm not actively involved in the community and do not see that happening in the future. But, overall, these are some really good tips.
  3. Pin Oak Hill Reply
    Something as simple as introducing yourself can go a long way in neighbor relations.
  4. Property Management Charlotte Reply
    I have seen this great post because its provide some tips on how to be a good neighbor by National Property Management Group. As per my knowledge its good for very people.
  5. Seal Rite Windows Reply
    Definitely useful information to have. In my experience, the art of being a good neighbor is a lost art. I hope articles like this will increase awareness and encourage others to work on being a good neighbor.
  6. BC Roofing & Remodeling Reply
    It is important to put a name to the face when moving into a new place, renting or owning. This way small issues between neighbors don't accelerate into bigger problems.
  7. AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care Reply
    I have heard of renters asking prior neighbors about prospective tenets. It is definitely important to be neighborly.
  8. Arcpoint Greenville NC Reply
    These are some great tips, I think it's easy to forget how important it is to get to know the people around you. Instead of waiting for people to come to you, being proactive and meeting your neighbors can help a lot.
  9. ARCpoint of Merrimack Reply
    The only time I lived in a home that I rented was during college. Luckily most of my neighbors were also students that rented, so I didn't have to worry about feeling isolated or disrupting them. However, I think the notes you provided are accurate and very helpful for others.
  10. Don Marsh Reply
    I sometimes get roofing clients who use their homes as rental properties. This was a helpful article to share, especially the bullet points. Thanks!

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