Deaths that Occured at the Address whether by Murder, Suicide, Accidental or Natural
Meth Activity, including Labs,'Dumpsites' or 'Chemical and Glassware'
Fire Related Incidents Occurring at the Address
Names Associated to the Address
Sex Offender Registry
Property Information

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State Stigmatized Property Disclosure Law:

In Georgia, an owner and agent are not liable for the failure to disclose a prior death in the home, but must answer truthfully to the best of their knowledge to any direct inquiry about an occurrence or the manner of death on the property. No cause of legal action shall arise against an owner or his agent for the failure to disclose the fact or suspicion that such property was the site of a homicide, other felony, suicide, or a death by accidental or natural causes.

  • GA has a population of roughly 10,097,343 people
  • There are roughly 4,151,190 housing units in GA
  • 83% of GA residents live in the same house with others
  • The average household in GA consists of 2 residents
  • There were 1,168 suicides reported in GA in 2012