Clark Howard shows a website to help you find out if there was a death in your
home or one you’re looking at buying. Also provides some other searches that may come in handy. Full story here…I’ll provide a small snippet:
In most states, there’s no requirement that a real estate agent disclose to you if a death occurred at a home. But now there’s a website that addresses this problem head-on. It’s called DiedinHouse.com. For $12, they’ll comb through millions of records and generate a report for you that may include any or all of the following info:
Has a death occurred?
Who died at that house?
When did the person die?
What was the cause of death?
List of names associated to the address
Vitality status of previous residents
Additional information about the death
Reported meth activity, including labs, “dumpsites” or “chemical and glassware” seizures
Reported fire incidents related to the address