How to make the most of your new neighbours
Moving into your new house is the best way to be sure your neighbours will see you for the first time.
But as new research shows, this can be challenging.
The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, found that people were willing to move in with their new friends if the other neighbours were moving in as well.
This was because new neighbours would be less likely to see the new person as a threat.
So, while moving in is an important part of being a new person, it is not a must.
People are likely to move out in a different way.
The team’s findings suggest that, to ensure neighbours are not a threat, it may be more beneficial to get rid of neighbours before you move in.
“It’s possible that the new neighbours will not see you as a problem at all,” said co-author of the study Dr Mark Jones from the University of Edinburgh.
“However, if you are moving into a new place and have no neighbours, it’s likely that this will not be an issue for you.”
People move in together, but the research suggests they don’t always share a common space When they moved into their new house, the team looked at data from over 1,000 people who had moved in to a shared house in the past 12 months.
The data revealed that around half of the people in the study moved in together and that a quarter shared a shared bathroom.
It was clear that the vast majority of people moved in with other people who were not moving in with them.
“When we looked at people moving in together we found that they tended to move into the same shared space as the people they were moving into,” said Dr Jones.
“They moved in in a similar way to the way people who move into a shared room move in.”
But the team found that the majority of the new residents did not share a shared space.
This could be because they didn’t share their shared room, or that they did not have enough space in the house to move around and enjoy each other’s company.
“Most people move into their shared space before they move into theirs,” Dr Jones said.
“This could be a problem because it’s difficult to know who is in charge of your shared space, so it’s better to keep a tight rein on who is going in and out of your house.”
The study also found that when people moved into a house together, they were more likely to share the bathroom, shared kitchen, shared dining room and shared bedroom.
People who shared a bathroom with their neighbours were also more likely than those in a shared bedroom to share a shower.
People in shared bathrooms were more willing to share common spaces such as the living room and the dining room.
“The idea is that if you’re moving into someone else’s house, it will be easier for them to feel comfortable,” Dr Smith said.
So what can you do to make sure you have a shared shared space?
The researchers suggest you can take steps to make your home a bit more welcoming.
They recommend using a shared shower, a shared kitchen and shared living room.
It may also be helpful to ask the neighbours to share their bathroom with you.
“These people can be helpful and helpful for the people moving into the house,” Dr Hughes said.
But it’s important to remember that this is a trial.
The research was conducted by a small team and there is much more to learn.
“I would love to see more research like this done in a bigger population,” Dr Griffiths said.
The work was funded by the European Research Council, the National Science Foundation and the European Social Fund.
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