It’s December, which means it’s time to deck the halls and trim the trees. Unfortunately, though, some of us have neighbors that get a bit carried away with the holiday decorations. A whopping $6 billion is spent by Americans on holiday decorations, and some people seem to drive themselves to the brink of bankruptcy just to have the biggest and brightest displays.
If your overly-festive neighbors have you thinking it might be time to buy a new home, check out these crazy holiday lighting displays, and realize that no matter how obnoxious your neighbor’s decorations are, it could always be worse!
Crazy Holiday Decorations
If you have neighbors like this family in California, you might need blackout curtains in your bedroom just to get a bit of shut-eye this month. Make sure none of their extension cords are plugged into your outlets!
Buried in Blow-Ups
On the bright side, if your neighbor’s house is a bit of an eyesore the rest of the year, it can be completely covered by inflatable decorations during the holiday season. Hopefully there are no strong winds to send them sailing over onto your lawn.
Even at Christmastime, it is possible to have too much of a good thing. This family got a little bit carried away with the Santas. How many can you spot?
Where Do They Store It All?
When your neighbors put up this many Christmas decorations, you have to wonder: “Where do they store it the other 11 months of the year?” It looks like this family wiped out the seasonal department of every store in a 10-mile radius.
Lighting Up the Night
It seems entirely plausible that lights this bright might be visible from outer space, and if they are shining through your bedroom window all night, that might be exactly where you would like to send your neighbor. The only thing that would make these lights even crazier is if they are the flashing variety.
If your neighbor’s crazy holiday decorations and other antics have you ready to relocate, enlist the help of an experienced real estate attorney such as myself. As a residential real estate lawyer, I can also help resolve boundary disputes with neighbors if their decorations are on your property. Even if you are a landlord involved in a landlord/tenant dispute due to an increased electric bill or property damage from holiday decorations, I can help.
Contact The Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt, P.C. whenever you are in need of an experienced and trustworthy Denver real estate lawyer. Call us today at (303) 741-2354.
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