Realtor Lawn Signs

We are a major printer of custom made real estate lawn signs. We make several types of lawn signs for real estate agents. We will customize your personal information from your commercial reality.

For Real Estate Reality Signs

Printed Signs that are inserted into a frame
Real Estate Yard Signs

Real estate lawn signs are printed on durable corrugated chloroplast, either 18" x 24" or 24" x 24". Riders are also available, 6" X 18" or 6" x 24". These signs are printed on both sides with your design. Prices for the signs are listed on other pages of this web site.

Real Estate Yard Signs, Cheap Economy Style

Cheap Real Estate Yard Signs, Impressive Lawn ICONS

These cheap signs are inserted into the steel frames. These signs may also be displayed with a wire stand.

Metal Stake
Heavy Duty Steel Stake

Other costs:

Artwork fee: $25 (non-refundable, to be paid before any artwork is started)
Choroplast colors other than white: Contact us for color availability and pricing.
Shipping: Contact us for actual prices.

The artwork fee must be paid before we begin working on the artwork proof. All other costs are due before the signs are printed.

Corrugated Coroplast (Coroplastic) Plastic Signs- Lawn Signs   See prices and other information at: campaign signs

Check our special prices on discount yard signs. Extra discounts when buying other advertising products in addition to Realtor signs. Despite the recession, houses in the real estate market are selling. You can still find pockets of appreciation when the Real Estate market has crashed.

Magnet Signs

Strategic real estate lawn signs placement in highly traveled areas will quickly raise your name recognition and familiarity. A person seeing a multitude of cheap real estate yard signs on a repetitive basis can significantly raise consciousness of your business in the minds of people. Use signs to help drill your name into their minds.

From the Real Estate Yard Signs Printer - Learn from the past

January 2, 1776

Congress publishes the Tory Act

The Continental Congress publishes the "Tory Act" resolution on this day in 1776, which describes how colonies should handle those Americans who remain loyal to the British and King George.

The act called on colonial committees to indoctrinate those "honest and well-meaning, but uninformed people" by enlightening them as to the "origin, nature and extent of the present controversy." The Congress remained "fully persuaded that the more our right to the enjoyment of our ancient liberties and privileges is examined, the more just and necessary our present opposition to ministerial tyranny will appear."

However, those "unworthy Americans," who had "taken part with our oppressors" with the aim of gathering "ignominious rewards," were left to the relevant bodies, some ominously named "councils of safety," to decide their fate. Congress merely offered its "opinion" that dedicated Tories "ought to be disarmed, and the more dangerous among them either kept in safe custody, or bound with sufficient sureties to their good behavior."

The lengths Congress and lesser colonial bodies would go to in order to repress Loyalists took a darker tone later in the act. Listing examples of the "execrable barbarity with which this unhappy war has been conducted on the part of our enemies," Congress vowed to act "whenever retaliation may be necessary" although it might prove a "disagreeable task."

In the face of such hostility, some Loyalists chose not to remain in the American colonies. During the war, between 60,000 and 70,000 free persons and 20,000 slaves abandoned the rebellious 13 colonies for other destinations within the British empire. The Revolution effectively created two countries: Patriots formed the new United States, while fleeing Loyalists populated Canada

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