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Old 10-15-2014, 06:09 PM   #21
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Do you really even need the wall? If the property line is far enough to the right of the wall in the picture and you can get a mini-excavator in there you might be able to take out the wall, excavate back to create a steep slope and then put in some rip-rap or seed it.

Or as others have suggested, take out the veneer and pretty it up (but it will still be fugly). Or put a faux-wall up with PT decking anchored into the cinderblocks so it will "look" plumb and less ugly.

In any event, from the picture it would not appear to be a safety issue, the issue seems more to be an agent trying to limit their liability and maximize their commission.

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