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Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Tips On Avoiding Inauspicious Houses
Many potential first time
house buyers asked me the same question:
“What are the quick and
easy ways to know if a house is decent enough for a family to stay in without
consulting a Feng Shui master?”
Well, to answer the
question, there are many:
·Bring your young child,
children or pets to visit the premise. If a child laughs and runs about
playing; then the place is good. If the child starts crying unusually loudly;
then it is time to take a hike. Likewise if your dog barks at a spot in a house
but there isn’t anything around; think twice on getting the house.
·If you feel dizzy,
nausea, giddy or getting goose bumps; forget about the house. Likewise, if
there is a persistently strange strong smell; especially towards certain
corner, leave the house alone.
the main door of the house, first step over the door brim with your left foot
and pause for a second or two; what do you feel? If you hear high pitch sound
near your ears, forget about the house. If you feel that the empty house is as
if filled with people, again; forget about owing the house.
·Don’t visit the
house during rainy days only… the moisture will daunt your 6th
senses. This is a trick many real estate agents like to use. If you are serious
about the property, visit the location at various times: in the morning and evening;
during rainy days and sunny days alike.
·Enquire about the
past history of the house and land: the house may be built on former cleared cemetery
Although the above tips are
tested and true, it is still best to consult an expert as your one time
investment may be your worst nightmare for the rest of your life. There are
just too many details that cannot be seen by our naked eyes.