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Repairing it will help you sell the place faster and eventually cover your spent money on renovating the pool and all. After all the pool won't get better itself..
However.............What I'd like to know, though, is what is the condition of the house in general?
is it in need of repairs and updating? How well will it show?
If your budget for fix ups is limited, it might be more productive to make sure the house is in tip top shape first, .and then sell with the pool "as is". If you can do it all..then go for it!
Best of luck to you in selling your home!
1. Your goals
2. Whether as-is pricing meets your goals
3. Whether you have the money to do the repair
4. Whether other homes in your immediate area require similar repairs
5. Whether buyers object to anything in addition to the pool issue
6. Whether you have enough equity in the home to leave some of it behind as a contribution toward the repair
as a negotiating point
Have a blessed day!
I suggest you to repair it because even if it is just cosmetic it will look nice and give you a good marketing advantage of your property. If this repair effects your pool's working condition you should definitely repair it because inspector will find out and mention it and you will repair it that time if buyer agrees. Eventually either way you will repair it :)