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Court Rules In Favor Of Couple's Right To Display For Sale Sign
The Arizona Court of Appeals has upheld the right of a homeowner to put up a for sale sign, despite a homeowner's association ban.
ruling comes in the case of Robert and Cecilia Hawk, who bought a lot in a
planned community in
“For sale signs are one of the most valuable, cost-effective methods to communicate property's for sale, both for sellers who want to sell their property and want to put a for sale sign on their property, and for buyers trying to locate property,” Lind said.
Lind, whose group supported the Hawks in their suit, says many buyers first decide on a neighborhood, then cruise the area looking for what's available, making a for sale sign a key trigger in many home sales.