Pictorial: Lockboxes Gone Wild

This is a re-post of a popular blog we published last year, it’s back by popular demand.

Lockbox placement is a hotly debated topic, which we explored in Where Not to Place a Lockbox earlier this year. To further the conversation we’ve created a pictorial of additional places you shouldn’t place a lockbox.

Cacti have a menacing look, are hazardous to Subscribers but easy work for a criminal as they are not a permanently attached fixture to the property.

Cacti have a menacing look, are hazardous to Subscribers but easy work for a criminal.

Skinny tree branches.

Skinny tree branches.

Avoid objects not permanently attached to the structure.

Avoid objects not permanently attached to the structure.

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Water spigots, the valve handle can be removed with a screwdriver allowing someone to slide the lockbox right off

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Trust?

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  1. Darrell J. Covert via Facebook

    Don’t let S.W. Gas find it on a gas meter. They will cut them off!

  2. Valerie Tourangeau via Facebook

    Think we might be encouraging them?

  3. Jennifer Measel Ronning via Facebook

    just put them on the front door!

  4. Deidre St. Romain via Facebook

    yikes

  5. Todd J Smith via Facebook

    Make lockbox easily accessible. Require a CBS (Call Before Showing) code if occupied.

  6. Karen Barrera via Facebook

    good laugh! I cant believe how many are placed on water bib and it’s behind bushes!

  7. Linda Jean Bennett via Facebook

    Sometimes it is better to be born with common sense than have no common sense and a education. LOL.

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