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  • Re: 2017 Infiniti QX60 Lease Questions

    Usually toward the end of the model year, MFs drop to offset the lower residuals.   From what I'm seeing the QX does in fact lease well.  Go compare the numbers here to a Pilot and you'll see how good it looks.  
  • Re: Chronic Car Buyers Anonymous

    @sandman_6472

    The Envision is actually a Chinese Buick brought over for the domestic market.  
  • Re: Edmunds Members - Cars & Conversations

    Would you want your neighbors telling you where to put your pool?  

    As for the pump, how do you know it couldn't be placed elsewhere?  What if the wiring and piping dictated it needed to go where it was placed?

    You have to understand that unless your neighbors are noisy or pigs there isn't much you can do.  
    I doubt very much I would put in a pool that would affect my neighbors. The people on the other side have a pool, but there are trees between us and it doesn't affect us. I am glad they have their grandchildren over and have a nice time.

    The moron could have planned it so the trees could have stayed. There are a few things I believe in in Life;
    *try to make the world a better place
    *Be as honest and truthful as possible, it is the civilized way to be
    *try to be as positive as possible
    It is much better to try and stay on good terms with the neighbors, it makes it better for all of us.
    If one person exerts his rights....because he can.......it has a ripple affect....and causes all kinds of problems and unhappiness.
    I think you are missing the point. Your neighbor the same as you pays for his property/taxes etc. He wanted to make an improvement, and within the law put in a pool on his property in the place he wanted it.

    In doing so he removed his trees on his property. Yeah, it sucks you lost your "free" natural fence he was providing you, but, again nothing you could of done.

    A good buddy of mine is a total fanatic about his property. Golf course lawn, house pressure washed every few months. Deck stained every year, etc, etc. His home and property is a show piece.... guess what? His neighbor is a total and complete PIG! Lawn not kept up, house is crappy looking and not maintained. He used to stress over it and then thought.... this guy doesn't bother me at all. Isn't noisy, no kids. What can I really say?

    I'm putting a large addition on my home, did I consult my neighbors for approval? Nope! Actually one of them doesn't even know its about to happen. I didn't change any set backs, contractor won't need access to their property, etc. It will change how my home looks especially to the neighbor on one side, but what should I do? Not do what works for us? There is only one place the addition could go and that is where it is going.
  • Re: Edmunds Members - Cars & Conversations

    Would you want your neighbors telling you where to put your pool?  

    As for the pump, how do you know it couldn't be placed elsewhere?  What if the wiring and piping dictated it needed to go where it was placed?

    You have to understand that unless your neighbors are noisy or pigs there isn't much you can do.  
  • Re: Edmunds Members - Cars & Conversations

    In all honesty, it was your neighbor's choice to take down the trees.  They were on their property, correct?

    I cut a tree down in my yard and certainly didn't ask my neighbors.   If they said anything I'd explain when they pay my mortgage and taxes they can have a say.