This App Tells Homeowners If a Death Has Occurred at Their Place of Residence

By: Katherine Pendrill - Oct 27, 2015
References: diedinhouse & bustle
'Died In House' is a new app that tells homeowners if a death has occurred at their place of residence. When renting or buying a new home, it is important to make sure that you know everything about the property in question. This new app helps homeowners find out if their home has a morbid past.

According to its website, Died In House is a "web-based service that helps you find out if anyone has died at any valid US address." To use the service, users must pay an initial fee and register the address they wish to search. Died In House will then search through over 118 million records in order to find out if a death has occurred at a given residence. Not only will the site reveal if a death has occurred, but it will also list who the deceased was, when they died and what the cause of death was. The app can even be used to find other sinister details on a property such as fire reports or incidence of drug-related activities.

Although it may seem morbid, the app is an excellent tool for homeowners who are interested in knowing more about their place of residence.