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The Voice for Real Estate 30: Sign Law Stopped

Can you put up open house and other temporary signs on the side of roads in your community? One community in Arizona tried to put restrictions on the signs of nonprofit groups until the U.S. Supreme Court slapped the rule down. Although it doesn’t affect real estate, the ruling is a win for REALTORS® because the local ordinance could have set a precedent for other types of sign restrictions. The ruling is one of the top stories in The Voice for Real Estate, NAR’s online news video for the week of Sept. 7. Other stories look at a list you can get from the federal government to find a certified drone operator to take aerial pictures or videos of your listings. And, despite volatility in the stock market recently, home sales are on track for a strong year.


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