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Moving Into A New House? Here’s How To Connect With Your Community

Beyond arranging moving boxes and fixing up your furniture, getting settled in a new place is a great time to accept exciting changes and experiences. When relocating to another city or suburb, you’ll want to get acclimated right away and be familiar with your surroundings. By taking the time to reach out and join in with the community, you’ll be able to make the process of moving into a new house a lot smoother. This article will provide a few tips on how to connect with your area and get to know your neighbourhood. 

Explore Your Surroundings
By stepping outside and checking out the amenities available, you can learn more about what’s on offer for you and the family. It is also an opportunity to meet up with fellow occupants and make new friends at welcoming venues. While embracing the sunshine at the park, having a barbecue or taking on some exercise along the walking trails and bike tracks, you can easily strike up a conversation with those around you. While doing so, you may even gain some advice about moving into a new house and insights into what the town is like. You can also enjoy a fun day out with the family by dining in at the nearby restaurants or visiting your closest cafe for a cup of coffee.

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Get Social
Whether in person or online, there are plenty of ways to build rapport and foster social connections. Particularly at new housing estates, developers may set up a social media page where residents can openly communicate with one another and be updated about any upcoming events or the latest news. It is a great initiative for a diverse group, made up of families, first home buyers, tenants and investors, to participate in ongoing discussion and relay important announcements. It is especially helpful for those wanting to find out more about retail facilities close by and gathering reviews of local schools that’s been shared. To add, it is also a space to get involved with what’s happening by accepting invitations to fitness classes, street parties, running groups, holiday programs, fundraisers and more.

Utilise Your Own Resources
To feel more comfortable in your surroundings, you can make use of the resources right at your fingertips. After moving into a new house, you’ll be given a welcome pack that will contain all the information you’ll need regarding public transport, shopping centres, childcare, schools and medical services. It can also assist you when navigating around new street directions by giving more details about any ongoing construction and other building projects to look out for. You might also decide to undertake your own research and be interested in being part of a sports club or becoming a member of a neighbourhood group.

Although it can be daunting to readjust into a different environment, there are several options you can take to gather up new networks and feel right at home. By challenging yourself to step out of your comfort zone when moving into a new house, you can be part of creating a safe and open community. 

If you are wanting to know more about the process of designing and building your home, feel free to get in touch with our team of experts on 1800 184 284 or book a call today!

Davina Deluao

Davina graduated from Swinburne University with a Bachelor of Arts. Through travelling and studying abroad in NYC and LA, her interests for property and design grew and have become her strong pursuit.


iBuildNew is the market leading aggregator dedicated to residential home construction and land development. As an independent platform, iBuildNew helps Australians identify and compare new home designs, house and land packages and land estates. It’s the smart way home buyers, who are considering a new build, can find the ideal options to match their individual needs. Home building is a big decision, we make sure you get it right.

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