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New website allows you to check if someone ever died in home

By Mason White 1:17 PM August 17, 2014

By: Anika Rao
(Scroll down for video) Home buyers who do not want to buy a home that someone died in it, can now check the house’s record on a website. offers the service that analyzes more than 118 million public and private records to reveal something that realtors do their best to hide.

“In most states, a death in a home, no matter how it occurred, is not considered a material fact and is not required to be disclosed. A murder may have occurred and the seller does not have to let you know,” the company wrote on its website.

“A death in a house, especially a violent death, can decrease the value of a home by 25 percent and increase its time to sell by up to 50 percent more than comparable homes. Would you like to know that a murder, suicide or even a strange death occurred on the property before signing the contract?” The company also wrote. claims to be the only website of its kind in the United States.

Users pay for a report that lists the names of people associated with the property, if they are alive or dead, and if available, how the individual died.