Real estate signage in our communities
REALTORS® working in the Lower Mainland must comply with all local municipal by-laws, including those regarding signage. Municipalities have established by-laws relating to the size and placement of real estate signs, as well as the use of temporary open house directional signs. These by-laws also include specifics regarding when and for how long the signs can be displayed.
For example, open house directional signs can only be displayed during an open house, and must be removed promptly once the open house is done, even if there is another open house scheduled for the next day. In all Fraser Valley municipalities, any other type of directional sign on municipal property (i.e. medians, boulevards, curbside, street corners, telephone poles, etc.) is illegal.
The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board respects our local communities and does not endorse the use illegal real estate signage. If you have any questions or concerns regarding signage, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (604) 930-7605.