Communication is a vital part of keeping your neighborhood connected and happy. Next Door Neighborhood Events produces customized newsletters/digital magazines for communities. No generic or standard newsletters from us! Each newsletter includes articles from your neighborhood’s area and not repeats of irrelevant articles from other regions’ publications! Also, our newsletters are not filled with advertising over content. Take a look at some samples below:
HOA board members, would you like your neighbors to be thrilled with your efforts to improve your neighborhood?
Next Door Neighborhood Events can help neighbors connect. We plan events that encourage a closer community.
How does having a social component to a neighborhood benefit a community?
- Statistics indicate that having a well-connected group of residents makes a neighborhood safer. Neighbors who know each other keep an eye on each other’s property.
- Including social activities in your HOA services makes your neighborhood more appealing to potential buyers. Whether your neighborhood is established or is not yet “built out,” this is an effective perk that can attract buyers to your neighborhood over others. More lots/houses sold = more HOA income. Definitely a win-win scenario.
- Knowing your neighbors fosters responsible property and yard maintenance. Who wants to have the “bad house” or the “bad yard” on the street when all of your friends are keeping up with theirs?
- Having a full neighborhood of responsible, satisfied residents is key to maintaining home values.
- Having a calendar of monthly, seasonal, or quarterly resident activities can be done on any budget.
- Having a social community makes a neighborhood a better place to live.
Note to association management: for most neighborhoods, gone are the days when an active social committee planned monthly events and seasonal activities, sponsored clubs, and welcomed newcomers. Neighborhoods that offer activities for fun and friendship are flourishing and tend to draw residents from surrounding subdivisions where social activities are scarce. Great association management is more than seasonal color landscaping changes and pool maintenance. Happy residents = no requests to solicit new management companies for bids.