Living in one of the best 55 plus communities Denver suburbs offer, you can imagine your future neighbors will be as amazing as your current ones! As such, it’s not a bad idea to welcome your new neighbors and make them feel at home from the start. Who knows, you might even meet someone who will turn out to be a lifelong friend.
- One of the best ways to welcome your new neighbor is to bring them a sweet treat or some other food item that you made from scratch. Cookies, candy, or just about anything yummy will do, as long as it helps you strike up a conversation and makes them feel more welcome.
- You might have to welcome a new neighbor who is shy and may not feel comfortable about talking too much, at least at first. In that case, a brief hello and small talk will do. Simply introduce yourself, welcome them to the neighborhood and ask if they have any questions about the community that you might help answer. It’s a great way to start small, yet still make a positive impact on your new neighbor.
- You can throw a small welcoming party together with some of your other neighbors, especially if you have more than one new neighbor moving in. A small barbecue or get-together will make everyone feel more at ease and give you a chance to get to know your neighbors better.