I can't help but think that forbidding for sale signs is a way to help real estate agents keep the wrong sort of people out, so yes it is "there goes the neighborhood". I can see how this is different in Canada not out altruism, but because most Canadians naively assume that property values will always increase.It's quite simple, to preserve property values. Property values are affected by the condition of the neighborhood. A good google search might be the history behind the saying "there goes the neighborhood"
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