Back in January, some of us at HousingWire weighed in on whether or not we think the home sale ‘murder disclosure’ rule is necessary. Now, a new Trulia survey shows what everyone else thinks, along even more spooky home possibilities.
One thing home sellers have to disclose to buyers is whether a murder or a death related to the condition of a house occurred in the home. The requirement varies from state to state, but that’s the general rule of thumb.
Deaths related to the condition of the home are a no-brainer – the buyer should know about these. Check here to see what our thoughts on this are.
With Halloween right around the corner, Trulia created an infographic from the survey results of 2,005 U.S. adultsrevealing just how much spook homeowners are willing to live with if it means finding a perfect home.
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So would you live in a house with any of these factors? Leave your comments below.