If I was real estate agent, I would not want this sale.
As it turns out a Los Angeles home in Los Feliz just joined the market at a whopping $1.9 million dollars.
The price of the home isn't the issue though.
It's actually the specific house. This is the location where the infamous Manson murders took place back in 1969.
This home was occupied by Leno and Rosemary LaBianca were killed in the middle of the night after actress Sharon Tate and four others were murdered by Manson followers.
According to listing agent Robert Giambalvo, his $1.98 million dollar listing is only a two-bedroom home.
Since the murder happened over 50 years ago, the house falls outside the requirement to inform buyers if a death had occurred on the property.
Since 1969, the house has only changed owners once back in 1998.
So, this raises an important question.
Would you be willing to live in this home?
Assume money isn't a problem. Are you okay with living in a house where a murder occurred?
Listen to the crew's conversation below to hear their opinions: