What are disruptive behaviors?When neighbors simply annoy you just because they have different preferences thank you, it does not qualify to be a disruptive behavior. You also can’t complain when their noise is associated with something that is usual in daily life such as a baby’s noise. Disruptive behaviors include excessive noise, intimidation, offensive behavior, and unusual smells, frequent domestic arguments that can be heard through your walls, theft, vandalism, and verbal or physical abuse between neighbors or visitors.
What actions should you take?Before marching down the hallway and point fingers at your neighbor, make sure you review your legal rights and responsibilities and your points are rational and reasonable. If possible, keep a list of the dates of the disruptive events and all the other details such as its description and how it affected you. Call or visit your landlord to inform him about your issues and be ready for arguments or compromise.
A home is a place for comfort and rest. There’s no other place to go if you also get stressed when you’re at home. If problems persist, maybe you should consider looking for another place to rent. Find a good estate agent that will offer you flats or houses in a peaceful and quite neighborhood.