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Having Trouble with Your Heating System? Here’s How mycoop Can Help
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Having Trouble with Your Heating System? Here’s How mycoop Can Help

Truth be told, there’s nothing worse in winter than a heating system that just won’t work right. Either it’s too hot or it’s too cold, and you never feel comfortable enough. And with the rent you’re paying for your small sweet home, you have to wonder if it’s too much to ask if you could…

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How to Solve Apartment Complex Problems as a Community
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How to Solve Apartment Complex Problems as a Community

According to Margaret J., there’s no greater power than a community that works together for the achievement of a certain task. Having your own home is something everyone dreams of. There’s no bigger joy than walking through the door of your own place. There has been a significant increase in the cost of residential properties….

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How To Set Up mycoop For Your Older Neighbor
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How To Set Up mycoop For Your Older Neighbor

The global population includes around 962 million people aged around 60 or older. There’s a major proportion of elderly citizens who live alone as their kids go off to college or move to a different city. If you’re living in a residential building with older neighbors, you can set up their account on mycoop to help…

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How to add holiday magic to your building

Turn on the pressure cooker, the holiday season is in full swing! From where I sit, good ole Santa Claus has it easy.  A nose twitch and hundreds of elves to meet end-of-year demands certainly seems like a sweet gig! Not to mention oneworking day per year. Just. One. I digress. You may not have…

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5 Great Reasons You Should Get to Know Your Neighbors

Moving to a new neighborhood can be exciting, stressful and scary at the same time. You’re getting the opportunity to reinvent yourself and have a fresh start in life. Not many people get this rare chance—count yourself lucky! Relocating to a new place also allows you to meet new people in your neighborhood and build…

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Etiquette 101: A Guide to Getting Along With Your Neighbors
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Etiquette 101: A Guide to Getting Along With Your Neighbors

If you’re living in a large apartment, you’ll get to meet all kinds of people every day. While some people are fortunate to have great neighbors, others might get stuck with people they’re not too happy with. How can you maintain amicable relations with your neighbors? Here are some important tips to consider for getting…

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Neighbor Day Weekend: 5 unique ways to celebrate Labor Day

If you want to make things happen this holiday weekend, we have compiled some helpful tips for getting your building involved and turning this Labor Day into your first “Neighbor Day”: 1. Raise the roof: Does your building have a rooftop that you “should be using more often”? Well this weekend is the perfect opportunity…

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5 Reasons Why We Need Building Notifications

When living in an apartment, it’s easy to forget that other people with similar concerns and interest surround us in our building. That’s why it’s important to have building notifications. Since we’re all aligned with what we need and want, we should always notify neighbors when something is going on. Here are five good reasons…

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How to Manage Noisy Neighbors

When living in an apartment building it’s easy to forget that you live with others separated by mere inches of sheetrock. As a result, it is not uncommon to encounter the occasional noisy neighbor. If you have this issue you are not alone, many residents across the mycoop network have this issue and New York…

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4 Tips To Becoming A Jedi Neighbor

The secret to becoming a “Jedi Neighbor” is simple: Follow these tips and save your building from falling into the hands of the dark side.   Imagining that your building or your neighborhood sits in a galaxy far, far away is not actually that hard to imagine. Whether or not you live in an urban center,…

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