The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock is now on the market, and all of the proceeds of the home sale will “benefit the families of the shooting victims,” according to The Reno Gazette Journal. The newspaper reports that the 1,410-square-foot “brown and tan stucco” home has been on the market for a little less than a month after the courts—which took control of the property after the shooting—asked for it to be sold. The listing price is reportedly $374,900, which is below the area’s going rate. Barbara Robinson-Ramirez and Jennifer Guthrie, the two real-estate agents tasked with selling the property, hope that the sale of the home will help victims and the community move on. “As long as it stays empty, the history stays the same,” Guthrie said. “If we get a family in there, there would no longer be a reason for (people to drive by in front of the house to just look). The community can move on.” Paddock’s attack on a country-music festival near the Mandalay Bay Casino and Resort killed 58 people last year, making the incident the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.