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Point Boro Is Giving People The 'Signs' To Help With Their Houses, Post-Sandy

You now can put three signs up to help sell your Point Pleasant Boro house that's on the market.

That could be helpful to property owners as the borough and the region continue to recover their losses more than a year after Hurricane Sandy.

During its Tuesday meeting, the Point Boro Council said it's changing its ordinances and allowing signs - each sign advertising the financial institution, realty and development involved  - on a property for sale.

Council President Bob Sabosik said the borough hopes that the signs will "help facilitate the process for people so they can get financing" on these homes.

Council member Antoinette DePaola noted that there are limits to the sizes of signs, and borough ordinances will prevent them "from lighting up like a Christmas tree."

Vinny G February 19, 2014 at 11:54 AM
This is great news....I'm sure my flood damaged house will now finally sell. Who would of thought that all it needed was more signs!
Mortimer Snerd February 20, 2014 at 09:06 AM
How about signs telling people which flood zone it's in, how much the annual premiums are, how high it has to be elevated, how many FEMA applications and rejection letters you have, etc.????? Full disclosure!
Da Poppa February 20, 2014 at 01:27 PM
When will we get a sign that property taxes are going down? That would be one sign that would help sell my house.

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