Hi there everyone,
Yes, I said the “G” word, Ghost. The question is living in NV, do you have to disclose you have a ghost in the house. From what I understand You MUST disclose your Ghost. Not the skeletons in your closet, just any ghosts. Now, what does that really mean? It means if you are aware of a ghost in your house you must disclose it when selling. Now, here’s the thing about ghosts, sometimes they hang around with the people in the house because maybe the ghost came with them when they moved it. What if some people say they have ghosts because they want there to be one in their home and honestly there isn’t a ghost. But most of all, how can you prove there’s a ghost? In my opinion some times if the ghost really are with the people that are selling, they more than likely may move out when the sellers do.
We don’t currently have any NV Real Estate forms where as the seller you have to disclose or prove you have a ghost.
You know you don’t have to disclose that someone died in the house, so why disclose if you have a ghost? It’s all kind goofy and a fine line. And, what’s the definition of a ghost. Here’s what I found on-line, the seat of life or intelligence :soul. 2: a disembodied soul; especially: the soul of a dead person believed to be an inhabitant of the unseen world or to appear to the living in bodily likeness. 3:spirit, demon. 4a: a faint shadowy trace b: the least bit.
So, now I ask, what’s the difference between a soul and a spirit. The definition of ghost states nothing about seeing a ghost in a physical matter.
Bottom line, if you have a ghost and are planning on selling your home. PLEASE call Me, I’d love to be a part of your sale. I love ghosts. Have a blessed day, till my next post. Take care of yourself. Penny O’Brien 702.321.9383