Taking care of business
Real Estate Signs and Open House Rules
A. Real Estate Signs:
- Non-Condominium residents or their agents may display on their property one commercially produced “For Sale,” or “For Rent sign no larger than 18 inches by 24 inches with one commercially produced 6 inch by 24 inch rider, which shall be located in a double-stake sign holder no higher than 42 inches and no wider than 54 inches. No flyer boxes or tubes are permitted.
Golf course lot residents or their agents may place one sign as described above on the front of the lot and one on the rear of the lot facing the golf course.
- Condominium residents or their agents may display one commercially produced “For Sale,” or “For Rent,” signs, no larger than 18 inches by 24 inches with one commercially produced 6 inch by 24 inch rider, which must be placed on the inside of a window, or on the outside surface of the manor. No flyer boxes or tubes are permitted.
- Property owners or their agents may display one commercially produced temporary “Open House” sign on the lot in front of the residence. The sign must be no larger than 18 inches by 24 inches. Commercially produced directional signs may be displayed on other private properties with written permission of the property owner. Such written permission must be produced upon inquiry from Security. “Open House” directional signs may also be placed in the common area, as described in Paragraph 4.
- Open House directional signs may be placed in designated common areas, except in those areas outside the access gates, subject to the following conditions:
- The sign must be commercially produced and no larger than 18 inches by 24 inches nor in excess of 42 inches above the ground. Balloons and other accessories shall not be attached to the signs.
- The signs may be placed between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on the days the manor is open for public viewing and a representative is present at the manor.
- Signs shall not be placed on sidewalks or at locations which block traffic visibility or create a safety hazard. Signs may be placed adjacent to curb of streets provided they do not create a traffic hazard.
- All Open House signs must include contact information the name and phone number (i.e. an attached business card) for the sign owner or representative.