Saturday, December 21, 2019

New Service Gives House Death Facts

A lot of people don't appreciate ghosts - especially in the house they just purchased. But most states don't require disclosure of material facts like these. is the first of its kind, web-based service that helps you find out if anyone has died at any valid US address.
  1. Yes, a 2007 Associated Press Poll found that 1/3 of Americans admit to believing in Ghosts. I wonder how many do not admit it.
  2. You may not believe in ghosts, but you do not want to live in a house where someone has died, no matter how they may have died.
  3. A death in a home, especially a tragic death can impact its value by more than 25% and take it 50% longer to sell than comparable homes.
  4. If you do not mind, either way, a stigmatized home can be a bargain and the information can be used as leverage to negotiate a reduced price or rent.
  5. You will need to consider your privacy.  The home may now be a local tourist attraction, so be prepared for random strangers driving by staring at your house and possibly approaching you to ask questions.
A Instant Report instantly provides valuable information that may impact a decision to purchase or rent a house. For more information visit

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