Is there a point in praying for a change in people who have no intention of changing? We've had no offers on our house and I am still in an unhappy relationship with neighbours that seem to get more vindictive with no provocation...I'm praying for myself to rise above it as well...
No, they're going to Hell.
We think of miracles as outward signs, tangible proof of God's mercy. The lame walk and the Parkinson's disappears. But there are other miracles that aren't seen. The softening heart, the finding of forgiveness. All of those things can come from prayer.
So don't despair. For one thing, despair is a sin. With God there is always hope.
We don't know the details of your situation. I'm not asking you to provide them. We'd still only be hearing your side of the story, although we're assuming you are dealing with the neighbors from Hell, who play heavy metal music at all hours and scream across the yard and the house at each other using all types of foul language as beer bottles roll down the driveway. They are Satan worshippers who don't pick up after their dog. Or dogs. Dangerous dogs who may eat one of their children or the mailman.
Here's some help: Jesus still loves them. And you, too. He has your back. What is the point of praying for them? Jesus loves them. If you want to be in harmony with Jesus, you'll want to love the people he loves, which is everybody.
Sometimes it's no fun to be a follower of Jesus. Then on top of how impossible Jesus' demands are, you can't sell your house and get away from these people.
You do know about St. Joseph? Have you buried him in the yard yet? I know a lot of people are rather horrified by this old Catholic wives talely ritual, but a lot of folks swear by it. I don't have a problem with it. I have yet to hear any objection from priests, bishops, cardinals....you can buy a little kit at any Catholic goods store.
If it bothers you to actual bury a statue in your front yard, which is entirely understandable, at least turn to St. Joseph for help. His neighbors were way worse than yours and he also had to move his family. He's got your back.