Sarah, Other/Just Looking in Georgetown, TX

Has someone died in my house?

Asked by Sarah, Georgetown, TX Tue Mar 5, 2013

I want to find out more about my house

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Endre Barath, Agent, Beverly Hills, CA
Wed Jun 5, 2013
Sarah, in California it is a required disclosure if it happened in the previous three years from date of purchase. I am sure Texas has some laws, check with your local Realtor or who represented you in the purchase to look into it.

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DiedinHouse, Both Buyer And Seller, Chapin, SC
Wed Jun 5, 2013
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Curly Sue, , Texas
Wed Jun 5, 2013
How would we know? Seriously.
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Lastchancepa…, Home Buyer, Bridgeport, TX
Thu Mar 14, 2013
Sometimes you can sense something has happened in a house. If you want to live in the house- pray over the house or have someone pray over it for you that knows how to pray.
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Suzanne MacD…, Agent, Morristown, NJ
Tue Mar 5, 2013
You know, I think I stated that incorrectly, it's not something that has to be disclosed. Still your best bet is to search newspaper clippings and historical records at your county library and so on.
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Suzanne MacD…, Agent, Morristown, NJ
Tue Mar 5, 2013
Hi Sarah,

This is a question real estate professionals cannot answer because it's not considered 'material'. I would suggest you search newspaper clippings from years past, perhaps through your local library. Or, depending on the age of the house, your town historian or historical society.
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