My aunt had a stroke and has been bedridden for 5 years and will never walk again. She's been asking the POA to sell her 3rd story walk up condo for five years to no avail. She has some cognitive functioning but has memory loss. She can ask and answer questions well, but she forgets. She's not extremely clear but still has her faculties. She has made some poor finical choices in the past, giving away money. At first the POA said she wanted the prices to go up (And the POA is also a friend and will receive half of my aunt's estate). Then the caregiver said the POA had been "busy" (It's been five years). We asked the POA to follow our aunt's wishes a number of times but it doesn't happen. There's nothing of value left in the home, just odds and ends. It could be cleared out in a few hours. It also hasn't been rented. The cost for the last five years has been $25,000 for taxes and assessments. It could have been sold or rented for $50,000 for the five years. Our aunt lives with the POA. We don't want to cause tension or discord. What recourse does her family have to have her wishes followed through to sell the condo? We were not close with her but it seems unconscionable. I'm her nephew and have been away and just found out about this last week. There has been a lot of water under the bridge in the family so no one is interested in going to court, or something drawn out.