Given our society's current interest in "supernatural" phenomena, this is an important question. Some people reject the idea of ghosts as crazy or superstitious, putting them on the same level as werewolves, vampires, or extraterrestrials. But let's take a look at what Catholic teaching has to say on the matter. Before we can ask whether ghosts exist, we need to be clear on what we're talking about. A "ghost," according to the definition found in Webster's New Collegiate dictionary, is a "the soul of a dead person, a disembodied human spirit." So a ghost is NOT an angel or a demon; rather, it is that part of a human being. - the soul or spirit - which is separated from the body at death. So everyone now in heaven, hell, or purgatory could be called a "ghost," and this will be the case until the Last Judgment, when our souls will be reunited with our bodies. In this sense, we as Catholics affirm that "ghosts" exist. (My answer continues in the comments)
Spirits are real. I'm not sure how you feel towards spirits, but since you are moving into a new house you could look into the history on the house, I would recommend cleansing the house by burning sage.
Most spirits are not harmful. You will be fine if you assert your position as the leader. Most spirits are passive by nature and if they know a greater force is among them they will walk with you instead of against you.
there is no god or ghost they are all energy an energy can be both constructive or distructive like fire is a energy can cook food -constructive can burn houses -distructive good form of energy is god and bad are ghost thats it