We plan on selling our house in the next year or two and we are trying to decide if we should fix the problems with our 15-year-old fiberglass pool or remove it. The biggest issue with this pool is that it is over 2" off level. (The shallow end is approximately 2 inches lower than the deep end.). The settling has caused several leaks in the past two years and it has caused cracks to develop in the concrete cantilever coping above the tiles and on the deck. The leaks have been fixed but the cracks above the tile and along the deck would need to be repaired since they are an eyesore. These repairs are going to be expensive so I'm wondering if it would be worth fixing since the pool will still be 2" off level. I know from experience that leaks are expensive to fix so I'm concerned that we could experience more leaks after it is fixed since it will still be 2" off level. How big of a deal is it that the pool is 2" off level? Would the experienced pool owners on here purchase a house with a 15-year old fiberglass pool that is 2" off evel and there is no easy way to re-level it? Since the swim season is only 5 months here, I've been told that pools don't add much value unless they are in good shape. If the pool being 2 inches off level is going to cause more leaks or other issues in the future, it might be in our best interest to remove the pool rather than repair it. Any advice would be appreciated.