My question involves real estate located in the State of: Tennessee
We have live in our house for 19 years. It had a inground pool with a brick wall built around the pool when we bought it. We are considering selling our home and my husband looked at the paperwork concerning our deed, lot, property lines etc. It seems that part of our brick wall could be a foot over the property line. The property line tapers so the wall is not a foot over the whole way down, just a small section. My husband feels that we need to tell prospective buyers this and offer some money to our neighbors. They are not the original neighbors that were there when we purchased the house. Our relationship with these neighbors has been very strained due to their playing music so loud that our walls shook and other issues. I am afraid that this would put them in a position to demand whatever price they wanted to demand us to tear down thousands of dollars of brick work and tear up an inground pool because there is barely any room between the edge of the pool and the wall. What should we do? I am afraid that if we let potential buyers know this fact it will open a huge can of worms.