Speculators often look to the internet to figure out what the perfect house might look like.
And the spooky trend has reached a point where speculators are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on an individual’s home.
With spooky houses a trend that has seen buyers spend up to $2.4 million on a single home, speculators may be looking for homes with the right combination of character and style.
Here’s a look at some of the most popular houses in spooky communities around the country.
If you’re looking to buy your dream house, here are some tips to help you make the right decision:Read moreWhat is a spook house?
A spooky home is a home where there’s a significant amount of creepy activity.
This could include a number of reasons, such as ghosts, spirits, ghosts on the property, haunted dolls, and haunted doors.
You may also see it as a place where spirits are actively trying to harm you.
These can range from a “ghost house” where you’re trapped inside a haunted room, to a “house of horrors” where the ghostly presence can be found.
It’s important to remember that the spookhouse is a haunted house, not a haunted property.
What are some of your favorite spooky homes?
Check out these spooky destinations around the U.S.:In the summer of 2016, the National Weather Service issued a report warning of a spooked Halloween season and warned people to be on the lookout for more “ghostly activity.”
The first house to go up for sale on the market was a $1.9 million house in the Lake County suburb of Lake Bluff, according to real estate broker Joe Smithson.
The home was built in 1770 and was sold in May 2017.
The home was described as a “spook house,” and was described by the listing agent as having “a dark, gloomy exterior, a large, unfinished chimney and a large hole in the front porch.”
The house, however, was not haunted and the agent didn’t indicate any significant hauntings, Smithson told ABC News.
Smithson said the listing was done on behalf of the real estate firm by a company called SPOT, which specializes in real estate transactions.
SPOT also listed the home for sale in February.
It’s not uncommon for buyers to look at online reviews to help determine what a house is truly like, according a report from the New York Times.
Some houses are listed as haunted and some aren’t, Smith said.
The listing agent said the house in question was one of the two that were listed, but the house didn’t actually exist, according the Times.
The seller on the house sold the property in June for $3.2 million, and the house is listed on real estate website Zillow for $2 million.
The house is located in a townhouse community, Smithsons told ABC affiliate WVIR in 2017.