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 Light Box Sign for a Condo Window
By: Darin "Sid" Cameron, CRS
Thu, Jan 25th, 2007 11:15 pm

Here's a random idea from something I just saw for sale on eBay...

We all eventually end up with properties where we can't (or don't want to) place signs in yards.  This could be a neighborhood with sign restrictions, a home where previous signs have been stolen or vandalized or even a condo complex where there isn't a yard.

Something like this light box sign (below) could be placed in a window like most agents do currently with sign panels.  However unlike a sign panel, this sign can be plugged in to a timer to light up and be more visible.

What I don’t know is how you would hang them without placing screws or nails into the window frame or if there would be complaints from neighbors.

Are there any agents out there that have tried this? If so please contact me because I would love to hear from you.

Other questions I have are:

Where do you buy the light boxes?  Buying off of eBay means having them mismatched in size and shape. (Which might be a good thing now that I'm thinking about it...)

Where do you get sign fronts made?  Obviously advertising Airborne Express doesn't do me a lot of good.

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Darin "Sid" Cameron spent 15 years working in tech sales which in 1998 relocated him to St. Louis. In 2004 he took over web development tasks for Kimberly's real estate team and later became the full-time Marketing and Operations Director. In 2011, he launched two brokerages, The Realty Store, Inc. and Realty Referral Partners, Inc. Sid holds a real estate broker's license in Missouri, CRS certification and was the first CyberStar in the St. Louis area.
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