Open House Sign Next to HOA Swimming Pool
HOA Sign Rules
Question: In our Mesa community we have a nice recreation center and a swimming pool. Every Sunday a real estate agent who lives in the community places an “open house” sign next to the swimming pool. The “open house” sign has a directional arrow to a home listed by this real estate agent. Our HOA prohibits any “for sale” or “open house” signs in the HOA common area such as our recreation center and swimming pool. This real estate agent says, however, that under Arizona law an HOA cannot prohibit “for sale” or “open house” signs anywhere in our community. Is that correct?
Answer: No. Under Arizona law, an HOA cannot prohibit on a homeowner’s property any “for sale” or “open house” signs. This Arizona law does not apply, however, to the common area of the HOA such as your recreation center and swimming pool. Therefore, your HOA can require the real estate agent to remove an “open house” sign placed next to the swimming pool.
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