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Have you ever wanted to know if someone has died in the house you live in or are looking to buy?  Well now you can find out - well in the US at least. is a property portal with a difference.  It claims to be a first of its kind, a web-based service that helps you find out if anyone has died at any valid US address.

The site produces a report for any address and may return the following information: 

Has a death occurred?
Who died at that house?
When did the person die?
What was the cause of death?
List of Names Associated to the Address
Vitality Status of Previous Residents
Additional information about the death
Reported Meth activity, including labs, "dumpsites" or "chemical and glassware" seizures
Reported Fire Incidents Related to the Address
Each report costs USD 11.99 with discounts on volume reports ordered. was founded in 2013 by a software development company based in Chapin, SC.   The system instantly searches over 118 million records and that number continues to grow daily. The company is not only focusing on increasing the amount of data, but also increasing the age of their data. The Died in House™ system contains data for all 50 states.  The company is looking to expand to other overseas markets.

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