Condominium Open House Rules in Arizona
Signs: Under Arizona law, an HOA connot prohibit or regulate temporary open house signs. The only requirements are that the temporary open house signs be industry standard size, and owned or used by the seller or the seller’s agent. Also, an HOA is permitted to prohibit open house signs on the common elements of the condominium.
Hours: An HOA may not limit the hours for an open house. An HOA can, however, prohibit an open house being held before 8:00 AM or after 6:00 PM.
Note: For more information, see A.R.S. section 33-1261(c) below:
“With respect to real estate for sale, for rent or for lease in the condominium, an association shall not… regulate any of the following:
1. Temporary open house signs or a unit owner’s for sale sign. The association shall not require the use of particular signs indicating an open house or real property for sale and may not further regulate the use of temporary open house or for sale signs that are industry standard size and that are owned or used by the seller or the seller’s agent.
2. Open house hours. The association may not limit the hours for an open house for real estate that is for sale in the condominium, except that the association may prohibit an open house being held before 8:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m. and may prohibit open house signs on the common elements of the condominium.”