I guess you could consider it something that adversely affects the sale of the home? that is a question on the srpd. But it is a matter of opinion as to whether a death that occurs in a home actually affects the value-
If you are concerned about whether someone died in the home or not- then you would need to pose the request to the previous seller. Sincerely, Paul May
I agree with Rina Levy, it is not a requiment or part of Nevada Law.
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The simple answer is NO, it is not a requirement nor is it considered material to the transaction according to NRS 40.770
In my opinion , the listing agent should disclose if they have knowledge of a death occurring in the property and are subsequently asked by a buyer's agent or perspective buyer.
The question is why do you want to know?
When you ask if someone died in this house, what do you mean?? If anyone died from natural causes?? if someone was murdered??
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