A neighbor, who we all know and like, wants to sell their big house for $1.2 million. But since we are in a recession, this isn't an easy sell so the real estate agent corporation has tried to make the neighborhood "help out". They said if we don't move the cars from out from the front of our houses (if it's too many cars), they will call the police. Note the real estate agent is the former police chief so he has buddies on the force. I am a former officer of the court and I know the law but I also know cops here don't follow the law, issue tickets, and then have us kick it back in their face. It's small town due process. I personally don't have any issue of the whole neighborhood pitching in to help the real estate agent make a sale. If he pulls this very big sale off for a $600,000 dollar house and gets close to double the actual price, then the whole neighborhood can ask kind of high if we need to sell. I put my cars in my driveway and don't have anything illegal for the city limits such as livestock, sunroofs, satellite dishes, or a fence over six feet high. The police chief turned real estate agent then wants to know what kind of musician I am into since I see his band (yes, he plays music at the clubs, too), and wants to know if I turn it up loud. He wants to know if I am one of those rocker types. Heck I am going to be 50 but he's 75 so I appear as a kid to him. I am, however, a 30 year amateur rock and roll musician but I hardly turn it up as I only have a 15 watt amplifier. I used to have a 100 watt Marshall amplifier when I lived around the corner and was able to shake the neighborhood in my youth and I have had many visits from the men in blue. But one other neighbor gives piano lessons for a living and he does have a lot of cars come by to drop off their children but sometimes the parents hang out in their cars in the street thus making it harder for cars to see an open house event. Anyway, I know as soon as the neighbor's house sells, if it does, then the former police chief/real estate agent won't care how many cars the neighbors park outside or if the music we play on our stereos or instruments are too loud. The real estate agent wants desperately, in this hard time, to make a big sale. What do you guys think?