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An owner in our block of 4 units has put his property on the market and as you'd expect the Agent erected a For Sale sign on the Common Property.
The 'issue' is that after 3 months the Unit remains unsold and most of the residents arehave got jack of the sign. It has taken on the role of a overstaying lodger. It's the size of your average dining table and was thoughtfully positioned to attract the most attention from passing traffic. This also happens to be adjacent to the Main entrance to the building and totally obscures it's view from the road.
How long is it reasonable to allow it to stay ?
It hasn't helped that the Vendor is asking far too much for the property
(hence the 3 month marketing period) and he didn't bother to obtain E.C
approval for the signs location.
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