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Do You Live in a House Where a Crime or Murder Happened in It?

Prior to your owning it. I just found a web site that will tell you if a murder was committed at your residence or a crime that could lead to someone showing up on your doorstep looking for the previous owner. I’d love to hear how you can live in a home where something horrific happened before you lived there. Doesn’t it make you feel uneasy? Did you get a good deal on it. Did they disclose to you that something bad happened at the location?

by Lutz Familyreply 10Last Thursday at 6:27 AM

What’s the website op? I live in an apartment building that’s about 50 years old so I’m sure some bad shit must have happened here.

by Lutz Familyreply 104/04/2021

It's the law in my state that realtors must have their seller clients complete and sign a form that asks whether the seller is aware of any crime(s) committed on the property. That form is then presented to everyone who states a desire to make an offer, so the seller's answer to the question is made known to the potential offeror. Just like disclosing conditions such as a leaky roof -- if you know or reasonably should know about it, you're required to tell potential buyers about it or you'll lose any lawsuit that's based on damages flowing from your failure to disclose.

by Lutz Familyreply 204/04/2021

Dear Lutz Family aka R1, Is the website Died in House?

P.S. What did you think of as Margot Kidder and James Brolin playing your very own Kathy and George?

by Lutz Familyreply 304/04/2021

I couldn’t live in a house where a murder occurred.

by Lutz Familyreply 4Last Wednesday at 9:34 PM

I'm sure I live in a house where domestic abuse has occurred.

It was called normal marital relations back in those days.

by Lutz Familyreply 5Last Wednesday at 9:38 PM

Where I live they have similar to r2 except they don't need to disclose unless.potwntial buyer asks. It's called a stigmatized property. And pretty mich they should just tear them down.

by Lutz Familyreply 6Last Wednesday at 9:47 PM

The co-op unit next door to mine had a resident die and her son left her body in there until her next Social Security Check arrived. (This was when they still mailed checks.)

He got busted.

by Lutz Familyreply 7Last Wednesday at 9:48 PM

Anyone who lives in an old house, pre-1920, can be sure someone died in it. Old people died at home.

by Lutz Familyreply 8Last Wednesday at 9:52 PM

NYC: I live in a modernist high-rise now, but I’m a grim ghoul and make mental note of where deaths happen and sometimes think of them when I walk past.

CT: my father lived in one house where there were scattershot holes from a shotgun blast in the closet. Not that it means someone died in it, but someone shot a gun in there. The whole house was creepy as fuck. There was one bedroom upstairs that I don’t think anyone ever went in. In 15 years I entered that room ONCE. (The shotgun bedroom was another room.). It had a cool iron claw-footed bathtub.

by Lutz Familyreply 9Last Thursday at 3:23 AM

I couldn’t find any murders in my building but there was a murder suicide across the street.

by Lutz Familyreply 10Last Thursday at 6:27 AM
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