“Did you hear that? I feel like I am being watched. There are things going bump in the night.”
As a buyer, these aren’t the things you want to say after you moved into your new home. Fortunately, for the month of October, you can have a thorough paranormal activity inspection to reassure you that, yes, you were just imaging it.
In addition to their standard process, the inspectors will conclude home inspections by using state of the art thermal cameras to find out if the homes have any unusual activity such as ghostly apparitions, unidentified orbs, objects moving without explanation, and mysterious spirits.
The buyer will then receive a Paranormal Inspection Report disclosing any odd activity inside of the home. If the inspectors do find paranormal activity, first the agent will run away very quickly, they will then advise you to conduct a cleansing of the home.
Buying a home should never be a scary experience, and The Cascade Team is here to make sure no part of the process comes back to haunt you.
And for those of you looking for something a little “Extra” in your next home? Perhaps bats in the belfries, a strange thumping sounds in the walls, on voices from the basement? Well then you’re in luck… Just in time for Halloween The Cascade Team Real Estate presents our Haunted House Hunting Checklist!
While some unexpected ghosts may come with a house, most of the surveyed consumers agree on one thing: They prefer to live in a home that is ghost-free. They’re much more willing to live next to a haunted house, though. Nearly 43% of respondents were willing to live next to a house they believed is haunted.
Thirty-seven percent of respondents say they had a feeling the home they wanted to buy was haunted, but they decided to move in anyway, the survey showed. Twenty-three percent of survey respondents said that if they moved into a haunted house, they would try to flush ghosts out with a renovation, such as with a new kitchen or floor replacement.