How to Look Up the History of Your House

U.S. News & World Report | June 23, 2020, 12:00 AM

The anxiety of buying a new home can form in any number of ways, and you might find yourself questioning the property you’ve chosen: Is the backyard really that small? Is the soil contaminated from the nasty-looking stream nearby? Did someone die in the house recently?

Here are eight things about your house you may want to know:

— History of major construction and work on the property.

Read More »


This Website Can Tell You If Someone Died In Your House - Forbes

This Website Can Tell You If Someone Died In Your House - Forbes
By Natalie Sportelli FORBES Staff Reporter

If you could find out if someone died in your house, would you want to know? Founded in 2013 by software engineer Roy Condrey, allows users to search an address to see if it had a dark former life (or even accommodates the afterlife). From murders and suicides to meth activity and arson, DiedInHouse uses data from over 130 million police records, news reports, old death certificates and more to determine if your house has seen horrors.

The website’s creation begins like a ghost story. Three years ago, Condrey received a text message in the middle of the night from one of his tenants that read: “Did you know that your house is haunted?” Condrey went down a cyber rabbit hole seeking, but not finding, an easy way to determine if his property had indeed seen a gruesome crime or fatality.

“I went online to find a ‘Carfax’ of sorts for deaths in homes and I didn’t find anything, but I did find pages and pages of people asking if there’s a way to find out if their house is haunted,” says Condrey, who rents his a number of his properties. He later learned through his data collection that, in fact, at least 4.5 million homes nationwide have had documented deaths take place on the premises. The number of homeowners that know about the history of their home is unknown.

Read More »


Unsolved Mysteries: 9 Ways to Find the History of a Property Online

by Rachel Russell
March 27, 2020

You fell head-over-heels the moment you laid eyes on the perfectly landscaped house of your dreams. It’s for sale — and you just so happen to be in the market to buy. However, you’ve heard rumors about the house’s past. Maybe something bad happened there once? Or maybe it looks like a prestigious Victorian… and you wonder whether it’s an original or a reproduction? 
Whatever your reason, you want to know more about the property’s history beyond the scant details provided. You need more information before you make such a huge investment.
Read More »

2020 Now Offers an Affiliate Marketing Program!

Earn extra money by selling reports! Now Offers an Affiliate Marketing Program for anyone interested in earning money by selling reports. As an affiliate, you will earn 20% commission on any purchase you refer to After completing a simple online affiliate registration form, you will receive a unique URL. Next, share your unique URL however you choose to drive traffic to If the viewer you send to  purchases a report, you will earn 20% commission of the sale. You will then receive a monthly secure payment using PayPal. Its an easy setup with no fees and we provide you with a secure online dashboard to monitor your progress and view your monthly payouts.

  • 1 Search for $11.99 = $2.40 Commission
  • 3 Searches for $29.99 = $6.00 Commission
  • 5 Searches for $48.99 = $9.80 Commission
  • 10 Searches for $95.99 = $19.20 Commission


Read More »


How to get away with [selling a] murder [house]

TRD New York /

October 31, 2019 12:15 PM
By Decca Muldowney
Read More »