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133 Lake Front Dr APT 1504
Daphne, AL

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What's nearby?

1 mile or less from Saint Pauls Episcopal Cemetery
2 miles from D'Olive Cemetery
2 miles from Wilson Cemetery
2 miles from Yancey-Crane Cemetery
2 miles from Mount Aid Baptist Church Cemetery
3 miles from Stokes-Yuille Family Graveyard
3 miles from Daphne Baptist Cemetery
3 miles from Malbis Cemetery
3 miles from Jubilee Memorial Gardens
3 miles from Little Bethel Cemetery
3 miles from Daphne Methodist Church Cemetery
4 miles from Buzbee Cemetery
4 miles from Macedonia Memorial Gardens
4 miles from Belforest Catholic Cemetery
4 miles from New Cooper Memorial Cemetery
4 miles from Sibley Cemetery
4 miles from Friendship Cemetery
5 miles from Montrose AME Cemetery

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In Most states, a death in a home, no matter how it occurred, is not considered a "Material Fact" and it's not required to be disclosed. A murder could have occurred days ago and the seller does not have to let you know.

A death in a home, especially a violent death, can decrease the home's value by 25% and increase its time to sell by up to 50% longer than comparable homes.

Would you want to know that a murder, suicide or even a bizarre death occurred at the property before you sign the contract?

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