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I personally wouldn't buy one. Just a personal preference.We have had a murder/suicide last year in our neighborhood of a prominent person. Husband shot the wife then himself. The kids put the house for sale and it sold for market value within 60 days.Texas law doesn't require you to disclose natural death or suicide or murder. Only if the house was the cause of the death such as eletrocution etc. The listing of this home didn't include anything and now we have a new neighbor. I wonder if they know.Naima
Personally will not buy that property, but if a client wants to purchase after knowing the facts then is fine with me.
depends on the circumstances, but . . . a horrible, violent homicidal type death--absolutely not, no matter how much I loved the house. And I would be really ticked off if the seller's didn't tell me.
This is a tough area for some. Some don't care at all and for others it may make all the difference in the world. Disclosure saves it all. If it is right and the buyer doesn't care then no problem, if there is anything that makes the buyer uncompfortable about it then move on to the next one. Finding out what kind of death might be something that could bring some peace as well. Good question.
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