One of the most important services WCAR offers to members is political protection. Staff monitors local, city and county government for changes that will affect your business. WCAR staff and members proactively work with elected officials and community organizations to make sure the professional real estate perspective is heard on topics like home ownership, property rights, affordable housing, transportation, education, growth and more

Sign Ordinances

Every city and county has their own rules about signs. As a REALTOR®, you probably use signs to direct prospective clients to showings and to announce the status of homes on the market. It's important that you know and abide by the rules of each area where you operate. The following information may serve as a reference:

Williamson County (Unincorporated areas)

Williamson County Sign Ordinance

Brentwood

Chapter 78, Article 5 of the Brentwood Municipal Code

Fairview

Article 11 of the City of Fairview Zoning Ordinance

Franklin

Chapter 5, Section 12 of the Franklin Zoning Ordinance

Nolensville

Appendix A of Nolensville Zoning Ordinance

Spring Hill

Article 16 of Spring Hill Zoning Ordinance

Thompson's Station

Municipal Code for Thompson's Station