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Meanwhile, as local towns continue to crack down on Realtors and their signs (smaller, smaller, smaller) locals have also started complaining about the proliferation of builder/contractor signs. Yes, real estate is the best form of advertising and that's why some local firms are leaving their signs up on
homes that are not even on the market! Take Scuttle Hole Rd. in Bridgehampton for example where one contractor has had a sign up for nearly 3 years and the property isn't even for sale! There's also a similar situation on Ocean Rd. in Bridgehampton where one of my friends quipped, "it's starting to look like the LIE before the Midtown Tunnel!" Make fun of Realtors and our obsession with signs if you'd like but at least we limit ours in size and duration! Shouldn't a home actually be under construction or on the market for a sign to be put up? Yeah, that one big guy out here has signs everywhere but he doesn't leave them up for 2 years after the house sells!!! I'm just saying! By the way, don't even get me started on those pop up signs for the "Our drivers your car" signs on every corner!