Neighbors are almost like family. You really don’t get to choose them. Grandma always said the key to having good neighbors is to be a good neighbor. Being a good neighbor means talking to them and listening. If they need (not want) something you have, offer it to them. Food, clothes, a roof over their heads if their’s is damaged are things you could offer. Grandma could sew and knit well even with her severe osteoarthritis. She was always making clothes or repairing them for people. If they could pay her, But often they would barter. Trading sewing or knitting for a gallon of milk or some fresh vegetables.