GUILDERLAND, N.Y. (NEWS10) – After a home that was the scene of a quadruple murder was put on the market, many wonder if a seller must legally disclose the history of the home.
The crime remains unsolved.
Michael Bueb and his wife purchased the notorious Porco home when they moved from downstate. The house is where Peter Porco and his wife, Joan, were attacked by an intruder who turned out to be their son. Peter died.
Bueb said he’s getting used to the attention.
“People stop by all the time,” he said. “We could be standing at the front window and we’ll just wave and say, ‘hi,’”
Bueb said he was glad his agent was up front about everything.
“She was forthcoming with everything,” he said.
Sinkoff recommends doing research on any home or property you are considering purchasing. In addition, he suggests checking crime statistics and asking the police about drug activity in the neighborhood.