Holloway is reminded every day of the sinkhole that killed his neighbor and swallowed an entire bedroom four years ago. It happened on Faithway Drive.
Afterwards. the county demolished three homes and filled in the sinkhole only to see it open up again. Crews came out and filled it a second time. Holloway says he is constantly worried because his house is just two doors down from the sinkhole.
"I watch it and worry about different things any noise at night, a crack at night, you get up and you take a look around," said Holloway.
If you are concerned about sinkholes when buying a home, you can search your county's property appraiser website. If a previous homeowner dealt with a sinkhole issue in the past, it will be listed there
To search homes in Pasco County, click here. In Hillsborough County, click here.
Holloway says a woman moved in just down the street from his home, even knowing what happened in 2013.
"If they know the sinkhole is here and they buy the house, they are taking all their chances," said Holloway. "What they want to do is what they want. You can't stop them. We have houses all around this place that are for sale."
USF experts say ask around the neighborhood. If any of the homes have sinkhole activity, the neighbors will most likely know.