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Quality of Life in Mount Prospect : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 8, 2015
Sbob6788 answered:
Why would you jump on a wooden floor when you know it's disturbing to others? Shame on you. It hardly requires any effort to behave with consideration. Ways to diminish noise include putting down rugs, taking your shoes off when you're walking through your unit, and avoiding deliberately dropping things or throwing things on the floor. Your neighbors in the unit below may very well be able to hear every foot step, even when you try to be quiet. Making more noise than necessary, in light of the way it affects others, is uncivil. In a communal living situation like a condo or a townhouse, people usually expect more ambient noise than in a single family home. However, nobody has the right to make loud persistent noise that affects the ability of other residents to sleep, work, or otherwise feel comfortable in their own homes. I've heard people say that if you like peace and quiet, you should buy a single family home in the suburbs. Actually, if you don't know how to behave with consideration, you're the one who should be more isolated. ... more
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Sat May 3, 2014
David Crenshaw answered:
Quality of Life is great in Mount Prospect!!! I am proud to have my business here.
Its important for agents to be up and aware of the quality of life and various benefits of living in a particular community and to be able to educate their buyers on these sometimes "hidden features".

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