A new website called “Died in House” has launched with over 118 million death records and purports to searche millions of records to determine if a death has occurred at that location.
Because it is not a standard practice to document the address of a death, The DiedinHouse.com report also includes previous residents and their vitality status. .
It’s not standard practice to document deaths in the home as the older the home, the older the home, the more likely someone died there. At the turn of the 20th Century, most people DID die at home, though now that figure is estimated to be between 20-30%. So is the average buyer ready to cross off 20-30% of the housing market off their list just because someone passed away there once? We’re not talking about a murder or a suicide, we’re talking about old-age deaths here too.
Anyway, if you’re curious, visit DiedinHouse.com