No, or not much... You always want to buy somebody else's pool. It's the equivelent of a car... a depreciating asset. yes some buyers may desire a pool but others see it as a negative, so it is 50/50 at best. DON"T PUT A POOL IN FOR AN INVESTMENT. Put one in to enjoy while you live there.
Call and agent to run the numbers for you. Advise, you to hang on to your lot. If in buildable and desireable area lots will increase in value in the longterm. There's hardly any buiding going on right now and the echo boomer gereration is twice the size of baby boomers.. Shortage is coming in 5-7 years!!
Update your listing to "Appointment with owner only" It's not the best way to sell a home, but with the constraints you have that's your best choice.