Thursday, January 29, 2009

Real Estate and Feng Shui 2009

Are you looking to sell your home this year? Pay attention to the Flying Stars feng shui before you put out your For Sale sign.

First, draw out your floor plan or use a copy you already have on hand. Next, put a tic-tac-toe symbol over it and label N, S, E and W. This is a quick way to set up your bagua. Each square created by the tic-tac-toe symbol you drew is called a 'gua.' Look to see where your front door is located on your floor plan and this will tell you what gua it is in.

From a feng shui perspective you're odds of selling this year are best if your front door is in the Southeast or South gua of your home.

What about Southwest? You're house may sit with no activity then WHAM! a buyer shows up out of the blue.

Be open to lease-to-own or rent-to-own options if your front door is in the Northwest.

If you're a realtor you'll sell more homes with front doors in the SE, S, SW and NW this year than others you have listed.

If your front door is in the East you will probably lose a lot of money on the sale of your home if you do find a buyer.

If your front door is in the Northeast be aware that disagreements with the buyer over the terms of the sale or details in the contract are extremely likely.

West front doors can bring sellers stress. You may even have difficulty in getting people who say they want to buy your home to actually put down a deposit.

Is your front door in the North gua of your home? You'll be lucky to get your home sold this year at all. This is the worst possible direction for 2009.

You can always use your feng shui cures to reduce the effects of the negative stars in the East, NE, West and North and improve your chances of selling your home. Get everything you need to know right here: Time Feng Shui for 2009.

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