Sellers want to know how disclosing problems at their neighbor’s home will affect their sale

Q: We live in a Bay Area neighborhood where the value of the lots are now worth $2 million. It is time we sell and move. Custom-built houses are replacing family homes built in the 1950s at an alarming rate. The problem is our next-door neighbor. The owner, a retiree, has tall weeds growing in the side yard and backyard. To save money, he stopped the trash collection service. As a result, we have an odor and rodent problem. The front yard is in disrepair and the house paint is peeling. The owner has also deteriorated in appearance. We understand that selling a home with a bad neighbor will

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Sellers want to know how disclosing problems at their neighbor’s home will affect their sale

Q: We live in a Bay Area neighborhood where the value of the lots are now worth $2 million. It is time we sell...