Sorry it is a little long, but I am a little offended by my neighboors request (underlined at the bottom for speed reading), I would like a bit of advice but admitidly this is mainly a rant. Okay, so there was a nice old man (who's wife had passed 15 years ago) that was living across the street from me (I live with my parents). He had built the house for his family (13 kids), when he was young. Lived there most of his adult life. Well the house got to be to big as he aged, and he decided to sell it (4 bedroom 3 bath, 2 great rooms, a 14 seat dining room, large kitchen and the house is on an acre of horse property centered in phoenix). Well he sells it for $300 (easily worth $450) to a young couple with some newborn twins. The people are nice and the spruce it up (more like a little modernizing) house looks great. They don'y mind my wrenching habbit (there is metal fab, or auto repair, or wood work every sat/sun, starts around 10am and shuts down around 8pm + some weekday evenings). Well the wife is a realtor (and now the problems begin). She found another house in her old neighborhood and bought it. Well in the last week the house across the street is completely redone, looks awsome (I wonder if this was the plan all along) and now it is for sale for $599. The old man who owned it specified (never put it in writing though) that he did not want to sell it to anybody that was trying to make a buck. So I am outside getting my steering to work lock to lock and the husband comes over and asks "while we are showing the house can you please park your truck somewhere else?" This is when I became offended. He said that the other realtor came to look at it and said that their client would be interested "exept for that one truck across the street" (mine). Obviously I won't be moving the thing. I just don't see it as feasable for the potential new neighbors to move in without knowing about our house. What happens after they move in and the weekend wrenching hasn't stopped for 2 months solid? (we have NO HOA, or any special rules other than the current city laws). [end rant] How should I handle this situation? I was thinking of having a buggy/truggy BBQ this weekend and have a ramp off/flex challange in the front yard. Should I tell them to f-off or go pound sand? What would you do.