In a perfect world, you as an agent would be able to host an awesome open house on any listing you choose. Unfortunately, there are many HOA’s and cities that do not permit our services and do not allow you to serve your clients’ best interests. The reason? They feel that open house signs (unlike… political signs? Hmm…) are fashion faux pas, not realizing the positive impact that a well-executed real estate venture can have on the community.

If you work within an area where this snub is negatively impacting your business, we invite you to reach out to your local politicians to communicate how the regulations are impacting you. Please keep it respectful; we try to work with municipalities, not against them.

…Don’t worry, we’ve got your back.

Ahwatukee
Apache Junction
Chandler (with restrictions)
El Mirage*
Gilbert
Glendale*
Gold Canyon
Goodyear
Litchfield Park*
Mesa
Peoria*
Phoenix*
Queen Creek (Pinal Co.)
San Tan Valley
Scottsdale*
Sun City*
Sun Lakes
Tempe

*Additional fees may apply.

Anthem
Avondale
Buckeye
Cave Creek
Fountain Hills
Laveen
Paradise Valley
Queen Creek (Maricopa County)
Sun City West
Surprise
Tolleson

DC Ranch (Scottsdale)
Greyhawk (Scottsdale)
Las Sendas (Mesa)
Litchfield Proper
McCormick Ranch (Scottsdale)
Montecito (Mesa)
Mountain Bridge (Mesa)
Pinnacle Peak Country Club (Scottsdale)
Power Ranch (Gilbert)
Red Mountain Ranch
Sun City Grand
Superstition Mountain (Gold Canyon)
The Boulders (Scottsdale)
Troon North & All Subdivisions of Troon North (Scottsdale)

Help Us Help You

If you are aware of communities that do not allow open house signs, please let us know so we can add to this list!