Crime scene auc­tion

Southern Gazette (Belmont) - - NEWS -

THE Carlisle house where the body of a mother of two was found buried in the back­yard is on the mar­ket.

Sell­ing agent Jared Rayner said the We­ston Street prop­erty was no longer a crime scene and its his­tory would not be hid­den from buy­ers.

“Be­cause it’s a ma­te­rial fact of the trans­ac­tion, we must ac­knowl­edge that to any per­son who does want to pur­port a con­tract,” he said.

“It’s open pub­lic in­for­ma­tion as well, how­ever I would still be dis­clos­ing be­cause we don’t know what re­ally hap­pened there other than a body was found in the back­yard.”

Ahmed Da­wood See­dat (36) was charged with the mur­der of his wife Fahima Yusuf (32), whose body was found at their We­ston Street prop­erty on Septem­ber 5.

He is next sched­uled in court on Novem­ber 28.

Un­der the Real Es­tate and Busi­ness Agents and Sales Rep­re­sen­ta­tives Code of Con­duct 2016 reg­u­la­tion 24, the agent or rep­re­sen­ta­tive must make rea­son­able ef­forts to ver­ify all facts ma­te­rial to the trans­ac­tion.

The house will be auc­tioned on site at 10am on Satur­day, De­cem­ber 8.

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