Hoarder neighbor

Hello,

Wanted to get y’all’s opinion on whether or not I should buy this house. My wife and I are looking at a recent flip of an older home that is next to a a rundown home with a neighbor who appears to be a hoarder.

The house we are looking at is stunning on the inside and out but in the backyard there is a raised deck that allows an easy sightline over the privacy fence to the neighbors yard. In his yard there are several broken down cars with one of them being burned out. Several barrels that were burned out along with heaps of old machinery, pallets, and building materials/kitchen appliances that looked like it got ripped out of a house and was left to sit outside for years. There is also a junkyard dog that was chained up outside in freezing cold weather.

We would probably have put an offer in already if that was sight unseen but my wife says she would be embarrassed to have people over in the backyard with it being so ugly. Given that there is probably nothing we can do about this save for going to the city for health code violations which we don’t really like the idea of or something like that would you guys even consider this home? Thanks in advance for the advice!

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Hello, Wanted to get y’all’s opinion on whether or not I should buy this house. My wife and I are looking at a recent flip of an older home that is next to a a rundown home with a neighbor who appears to be a hoarder. The house we are looking at is stunning on the inside and out but in the backyard there is a raised deck that allows an easy sightline over the privacy fence to the neighbors yard. In his yard there are several broken down cars with one of them being burned out. Several barrels that were burned out along with heaps of old machinery, pallets, and building materials/kitchen appliances that looked like it got ripped out of a house and was left to sit outside for years. There is also a junkyard dog that was chained up outside in freezing cold weather. We would probably have put an offer in already if that was sight unseen but my wife says she would be embarrassed to have people over in the backyard with it being so ugly. Given that there is probably nothing we can do about this save for going to the city for health code violations which we don’t really like the idea of or something like that would you guys even consider this home? Thanks in advance for the advice! submitted by /u/CincinnatiMemeDoctor [link] [comments]

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