Op, you still haven't explained how specifically this inconveniences you despite multiple requests for clarification? If you are just generally annoyed at the guests' existence not sure I have anything to offer. If they are loud, block parking, etc. Affect your daily life, you have a gripe.
Can you explain?
I've tried to explain without giving up too much detail. I am not really seeking advice, just people's own experiences. I will repost if I really need people's advice. I'm really more interested in people's stories. I guess the bottom line is, I'm not really sure what I'm asking.
Where does one draw the line? Well, they're extremely annoying, but they're quiet. At least they're a good annoying as opposed to the noisy, messy kind.
It's a bit unreasonable to complain about quiet neighbors, right?
One thing is we are not allowed to run businesses from home that bring extra traffic into the neighborhood (we have an HOA). What about clubs? What about parties? Surely people are allowed to have people over to their homes. I do it too. This may cause a minor inconveniences here and there, but no big deal. But how much is too much? If the neighbors have people over once a week, twice a week, three times a week, every day? And how many? But they're quiet, there doesn't appear to be anything shady going on, so what's there to complain about?
I know someone who had a little bit of a nightmare situation with the cars. No one really knows how many people lived in that home. There seemed to be a lot and they all had vehicles, and they took up a lot of street parking. They were also a very social bunch. They had friends over all the time. Every week, there was a party. For the most part quiet, nothing outrageously noisy, but all the cars, all the people. What do you do about that? Is there anything you can do? How far do you push it? Where do you draw the line? How patient are you? Are you being completely unreasonable? If you're the one having the people over all the time, are you being respectful towards your neighbors? Is it none of their business? Can you deal with extra traffic and get-togethers once a month but not every week? Lots of extra traffic and people two times a year, but not every month?
I live in a good neighborhood with good neighbors. You live next to people, you put up with some of their stuff, just the same way they put up with your stuff. I always worry a little when someone moves because you don't know what might move in. I've had a couple interesting ones.