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The real estate agency that sells houses with a tragic history for up to 50% off their market value

Revealed: The Japanese real estate agent who sells houses for up to 50% off their market value, with a catch: These ‘accident properties’ have a tragic past that includes murder.

  • Jobutsu Fudosan lists houses in Japan that are known as ‘accident properties’
  • In each listing, Jobutsu describes the tragic incident that took place there.
  • The mission of the company is ‘to improve the image of the damaged property’


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There is a real estate agency in Japan that sells houses that are up to 50% cheaper than their market value, but there is a catch: they all have a very dark history.

Jobutsu Fudosan specializes in houses known as ‘accident properties’, where tragic incidents have occurred. In Japan, sellers of such properties are required by law to report the occurrence of these incidents, and the property’s value often drops significantly.

The company estimates that houses where ‘natural deaths’ occur are reduced in price by up to 20 percent, while if a murder occurs on the property, the sale price is cut in half.

Jobutsu Fudosan's landing page (pictured) looks like any other real estate agency - bright and stylish

Jobutsu Fudosan’s landing page (pictured) looks like any other real estate agency – bright and stylish

The property listings on the website.  Jobutsu Fudosan lists houses known as 'accident properties', where tragic incidents have occurred

The property listings on the website.  Jobutsu Fudosan lists houses known as 'accident properties', where tragic incidents have occurred

The property listings on the website. Jobutsu Fudosan lists houses known as ‘accident properties’, where tragic incidents have occurred

The real estate landing page looks like any other, bright and elegant, but dig deep into the listings and things get darker.

In each property listing, Jobutsu describes the incident that took place, sometimes in ghoulish detail.

Customers can search for properties based on a star rating system, which ranks the types of incidents that occurred in order of severity. For example, properties where ‘incidents or accidents’ occurred have only two stars, while sites where murder has been committed receive seven stars.

One Department in Hyogo prefecture it is on sale for 91,633 pounds sterling (13.99 million yen). It is described as ‘a lonely death property’ where the body of the deceased took ‘more than 72 hours to be discovered’.

Meanwhile, a home in Shiga prefecture it is available to rent for £ 426 (65,000 yen) per month. A murder occurred in the building, the listing notes.

The agency reveals that another murder took place in a 6th floor apartment in the Minato-ku district of Toyko, which is listed at an asking price of £ 104,224 (¥ 15.9 million).

An apartment in Hyogo prefecture is described as ‘a lonely death property’ where the body of the deceased took ‘more than 72 hours to discover’

Incidents related to other properties on the list include people who died in fires and by suicide.

The company, which was founded in 2019, has an ‘SOS special cleaning’ service, with experience in treating ‘body fluid stains, offensive odors and pests’ that appear in cases of’ lonely deaths, accidental deaths, suicides and murders. ‘ This cleaning service restores the site to its original state using “chemicals and special equipment”.

in a statement Launched last November, the real estate agency explains that it intends to revive ‘accidental properties’ and turn them into valuable real estate once again. Its mission is “to improve the image of the property of the accident”.

Pictured is a listing for a house in Shiga Prefecture, which was the scene of a murder, according to Jobutsu Fudosan.  Details of the tragic event appear with the entry on the website.

Pictured is a listing for a house in Shiga Prefecture, which was the scene of a murder, according to Jobutsu Fudosan.  Details of the tragic event appear with the entry on the website.

Pictured is a listing for a house in Shiga Prefecture, which was the scene of a murder, according to Jobutsu Fudosan. Details of the tragic event appear with the entry on the website.

The statement reads: “We will perform a special cleaning, dismantling and renovation to maximize the value of the property where the accident occurred and sell it.”

The company also aims to help “the elderly and foreigners in need of safe housing”, allowing them “to carry out transactions at a reasonable price”.

For more information visit jobutsu.jp.

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