Did someone die in my house?


According to real estate agent Brendan Desimone of Zillow.com, the best way for prospective home buyers to find out if a past resident has died in the home is to inquire with the seller's agent or consult with neighboring homeowners. The laws on disclosing previous deaths vary by state.

In addition to inquiring with the seller's agent and neighbors, there are also online sites, such as DiedInHouse.com, that create reports for homeowners and prospective home buyers by searching multiple public death records for a fee. DiedInHouse.com explains that there are only three states in the United States that require death disclosure within one to three years of the purchase date. Fifteen states require disclosure only when the purchaser inquires with the seller.

Q&A Related to "Did someone die in my house?"
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Your local library may have records if it were reported at the time. Most libraries have local newspapers available for you to scan if you have some idea of the time period. Or ask
I'm sorry to hear about your loss. You are not alone. As a caregiver, you may experience unique stressors, as does the patient, but your needs and experiences may be quite different
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