New Arizona Law on Signs in Neighborhoods with HOA


Selling your home can be a challenging enough task without your homeowners association (HOA) trying to tell you what type of sign you can hang to advertise it or where. Up until this year, that’s exactly what many Arizona HOAs were known for doing. Thankfully, the Arizona legislature passed a new law recently to protect your right to post For Sale signs (as well as other signs), and it goes into effect on August 8, 2012.

Here below are the four new protections the law makes:

  • HOAs can prohibit the display of political signs 71 days before an election and three days after an election.
  • The aggregate total signage of all signs on a homeowner’s property must not exceed nine square feet.
  • HOAs can prohibit real estate signs that are not commercially produced.
  • HOAs cannot charge a fee for “for rent” or “for lease” signs.

Thank you, Combs Law Group, for reminding us about the law’s effective date and the fact that it’s coming soon!

Are you thinking about selling your home in the Phoenix area, and want to make sure you hire a real estate team whose sign is in compliance with Arizona law? Contact The Hill Group!

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About Doug Hill

Doug Hill is an Associate Broker with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, and founded The Hill Group with his wife, Kirsten in 2003. Combined, they have helped over 1,000+ clients buy and sell homes in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Doug holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management & Economics, and is a Navy veteran. He is an active member of the Southeast Valley Regional Association of Realtors on their Professional Standards Board, and he and his wife have had the #1 team for Coldwell Banker in Arizona for multiple years in a row. He loves to read, travel, and spend time with his family and friends.
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