Yes, a society new to community associations may need time to adapt to the unique aspects of community living and the rules and regulations that come with it.
For many people, living in a community association may significantly change their previous living situation. Many people may need to b accumulated to the level of involvement, rules, and regulations that come with it. Community Living can sometimes lead to misunderstandings or conflicts, particularly if new residents need to understand the expectations and responsibilities of community living fully.
However, with time and education, most people can adapt and thrive in community associations. Community associations often don't provide educational materials but do provide welcome packets and other resources to help new residents understand the rules and expectations of the community. To get past the ignorance, residents can attend community events, meetings, and social gatherings to get to know their neighbors and build community. At the same time, the community association can provide orientational training for the new and existing residents.
Community associations must be patient and understanding with new residents as they adjust to community living. By providing clear information and support, community associations can help new residents feel welcome and comfortable and help to create a robust and vibrant community.