The 83 Street home was listed after the mortgage company foreclosed and the asking price is $365,000, far lower than similar properties in the neighbourhood, which are being marketed at $419,000 and above.
Metro News reports that as in most of Canada there is no obligation for the seller to divulge a property’s past, however gruesome, unless the buyer asks.
Some neighbours would like to see the house torn down and replaced in a bid to move on from the tragedy that it represents.
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A home in Edmonton where a man killed his family, including two young children, in 2014 is on the market but locals aren’t convinced that it will get much interest.