Sorry, the pictures are a little close up. This is an inspection of an extension of a house with a small basement that apparently was dug alongside an existing dirt floor crawl space. It appears as if the original intent was to extend the basement a little further into the crawl than they did, however, they stopped. Alongside the foundation wall separating the crawl space from the basement is a gaping hole, probably 6’ deep and about 8’ in diameter. There is an existing pier about 10" from the edge. It also appears that one of the piers was removed; however, it seems the new foundation wall (basement) would negate the need for that pier. The hole in itself does not seem to be a major problem, however, my concern is the pier resting on the edge of that hole. If the dirt shifts or breaks down, so does that pier. Any thoughts?