Monday Real Estate Market Myth: Tenants Display Political Signs

Myth: Landlords can restrict tenants on political signs and postings.

False: Last year tenants won the right to post political and election based material on the property they are renting with reasonable restrictions with Senate Bill 337. The sign ban be limited to six square feet, and can post 90 days before the election or vote and must be taken down 15 days after.  The Civil Code protects people’s opinion no matter if they rent or own a property.

In California March tenants will be able to publicly display their opinion for the Presidential Election that has a big impact on the housing industry.  Make sure you register to vote, as California will have a big stance in the running.  For more information click here.

 For more information and to find a reputable lender contact local real estate agent Kristen Jurevich at 831.635.6719 in the Hollister, San Juan, Aromas, Gilroy, Salinas, Monterey, or surrounding areas.


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