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Who would buy the home of the San Bernardino shooters?




N Center Street between Pine Street and N Center Place remains closed as authorities continue to search a Redlands home on Thursday morning, Dec. 3, 2015 following Wednesday's mass shooting at in San Bernardino. The hood, doors and trunk of a car remain open outside the residence.
N Center Street between Pine Street and N Center Place remains closed as authorities continue to search a Redlands home on Thursday morning, Dec. 3, 2015 following Wednesday's mass shooting at in San Bernardino. The hood, doors and trunk of a car remain open outside the residence.
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The home of the perpetrators in last December's mass shooting in San Bernardino is up for sale.

The condo in Redlands rented by Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik is being prepped to sell by the landlord.

Selling a home might be tough, but selling a home with a notorious history is mostly likely tougher.

The couple's crime also caused such a tremendous loss of life that it may seem flippant to be concerned about real estate.

But Take Two talks with Randall Bell, who says it is still important to deal with matters pragmatically and to understand how emotional reactions can affect decisions.

Bell is the author of, "Rich Habits, Rich Life," and a real estate expert in Laguna Beach. He has helped the sale of several troubled properties including the home where Nicole Brown Simpson was murdered and the home of Adam Lanza, the shooter in the Newtown, Connecticut mass killing.