I put up a sign to deter new potential neighbors – I got here first, I don’t want anyone ruining my perfect home

A guy put up a warning sign to deter potential neighbors as he didn’t want anyone ruining his perfect home.

Titus Terranova posted the 12ft sign on the side of his trailer detailing his highly anti-social lifestyle.

Titus Terranova erected a warning sign to deter possible neighbors


Titus Terranova erected a warning sign to deter possible neighborsCredit: TikTook/@neighborhooddisputes
The 12ft sign was painted on the side of a trailer in front of his property


The 12ft sign was painted on the side of a trailer in front of his propertyCredit: TikTook/@neighborhooddisputes

The property in rural Colorado was a dream home for most due to its location and luxurious looks, but the hellish neighbor ensured that potential buyers were put off from the start.

He painted a bright red sign that read: “WARNING / 3 Rottweilers / Loud Parties / Loud Music / Loud Cars / Anti-Horse / Fireworks / Call for More Information”.

But with the warning clearly visible from the neighbor’s windows and the street, Renee LaLonde, the real estate agent who was trying to sell the neighbor’s property, was at her wit’s end.

In a 2011 clip that resurfaced on TikTok, she said, “It’s horse property in the country, a desirable area. We had a lot of activity. It should move.”

LaLonde told AOL Real Estate, “The house will never be sold with this sign. What do you think?”

She also revealed that potential buyers had turned down the property multiple times because of the sign.

In the clip shared by @neighborhooddisputes On TikTok, Titus claimed he was exercising his right to free speech and letting others know what they were getting themselves into if they bought the property.

He said: “I think I’ve got the basics covered. I’m kind of warning people about what’s in this house. Let’s make sure we all live together and are happy.”

“I feel like if I’m making it pretty clear what’s here. If you don’t like that, don’t buy this house. Proceed to the next one.”

But LaLonde retaliated for his stance, asking, “Why can he choose who gets to live in a property he doesn’t own?”

Curiously, Titus claimed he was helping the realtors: “This story here might find a buyer for this house, because there are guys like me out there all over the place. I’m not the only one.”

It was reported that the seller was willing to sell the house to the outspoken neighbor, but Titus claimed the asking price was too high at the time.

According to the Daily mailColorado attorneys said the sellers might have been able to apply for an injunction to force Titus to take down the sign and forbid him from putting up a new one.

The resurfaced clip garnered a whopping 154.5k likes and over 19.9k comments from viewers who were ecstatic at Titus’ antics.

One wrote: “Wish I could afford to be his neighbor! Crazy respect.”

Another said: “Where is this house I want to buy!!! I already love this guy!!”

A third commented, “That actually made sense in the end, he’s just looking for someone to live in harmony with.”

One added: “I would buy it. He seems to be a fun and open neighbor.”

A fifth agreed: “Wish everyone would do this. lol Then you know what you get!”

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This comes after a neighbor posted a handwritten sign complaining about his messy yard because he was tired of cats defecating in his yard.

And one pensioner put up signs to protest a neighbor’s extension and was furious when they were torn down.

The sign could be seen from across the street


The sign could be seen from across the streetCredit: TikTook/@neighborhooddisputes
Renee LaLonde, the real estate agent, was fed up with the signature and struggled to sell the property


Renee LaLonde, the real estate agent, was fed up with the signature and struggled to sell the propertyCredit: TikTook/@neighborhooddisputes


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: paulleblanc@dailynationtoday.com.

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