Well, this might just be the worst mistake a developer could possibly make.
Rhode Island's Supreme Court ruled this week that a $1.8 million oceanfront home built in Narragansett has to be removed immediately after prospective buyers discovered the house was built on someone else's property.
How could such a mistake ever occur, you might wonder? Apparently the developer hired engineers who made an, ehm, surveying mistake, which caused the foundation to be built on property owned by the Rose Nulman Park Foundation. According to the Los Angeles Times, the developer owned the lot next door.