Many of us who purchase a home look not only for the aesthetics of a location or the home, rather we look towards building relationships with our neighbors. We all hope to find that community where we can stand outside our home, and have conversations with our neighbors, helping one another when the need arises, or asking our neighbors to check on our home, collect our mail, or feed/walk the dog while we’re away. We look towards having  small community block parties, having our children ride their bikes in the community, or play baseball in the streets. We want to be able to borrow sugar, or share conversations over a cup of coffee.