New resident welcome folders are great for:
Apartment Complex Managers
Give folders to new tenants with a rental payment breakdown, list of amenities, a map of the complex and phone numbers for managers and maintenance.
Condo and Townhome Association Presidents
Hold information on association dues, parking information, maintenance and landscaping contacts and important building information.
Village Presidents, Mayors, and Welcome Wagon Committees
Send welcome packets to new residents with all the important community information including utility contacts, annual town festival information, village ordinances and a list of local businesses and organizations.
Real Estate Developers
New housing subdivisions sometimes have different ordinances and property restrictions than neighboring communities, so it is best to give all of that important information to residents prior to moving to their new homes.
Retirement & Active Adult Communities
Communities for 55+ adults are perfect for retired individuals or couples. When new residents move in, welcome them with a stylish new resident welcome folder holding informational pamphlets on all the community amenities like local restaurants, parks, theaters, community centers and golf courses.
What goes in a new resident welcome folder?
Have the mayor, village president, or your organization's figurehead write a welcome letter for new residents.
Include town ordinances and codes, a list of city officials, municipal services, and more.
List nearby grocery stores, schools, libraries, parks, healthcare facilities, and community centers.
Ask local businesses to include coupons for their products or services.