When it comes to buying Red Deer real estate, there are plenty of things you need to consider before you make a decision. As a matter of fact, you need to have a checklist of things that each property needs to meet. Setting these standards will help you decide whether or not the property is worth considering.
For some individuals however, choosing a home to invest in does not just end with a checklist. There are some who hire a Feng Shui expert to help them identify how good the chi of the house is. If you would like to know if your home qualifies as a good Feng Shui investment, follow these tips:
Feng Shui Tips for Home Buyers
Tip #1: Investigate
Feng Shui specialists believe that if a property has bad karma, it will carry over on the family of the next homeowner. Make sure that you research the history of the property so you know how the land was used prior to when the home was built. Since bad karma can impact the peace and harmony of your family, you need to ensure that this will not happen when you purchase the property. You can ask current neighbors, owners, or even check public records for any negative news on the land or home.
Tip #2: Light
When picking out a home, make it a point to visit so you can see how mucn natural light it gets. At the same time, consider the feeling you get about the property. If you feel heavy upon entering the home, it may be because of the bad karma that is still lingering around the walls. Another reason why you need to opt for a well-lit home is so the natural sunlight will produce beneficial chi into your health. You'll feel a lot lighter and happier compared to living somewhere in the dark.
Tip #3: Electromagnetic Fields
Feng Shui experts believe that you should not reside in an area nearby electromagnetic fields. See to it that you choose a home at least two kilometers away from a hydro tower, railroad track, or multiple power lines. Since these sites are equipped with high and dangerous levels of electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs), you might risk long-term health hazards.
Tip #4: Location
Apart from electromagnetic fields, see to it that you live in a home far away from cemeteries, churches, and garbage dumps. For sanitary reasons, it is not a good decision to live in a home nearby a landfill as these can contaminate the air and other natural resources that surround your home. For Feng Shui experts, it is important to have a home with a distance of at least 300 meters from a church or cemetery as these two sites have an excessive Yin energy. Without the right balance of Yang, this can provide a negative atmosphere for residents.
Tip #5: Main Door
A Feng Shui belief shows the importance of an uncovered or unblocked main door. Since this acts as the area where positive energy first enters the home, it is best to leave the front door free from trees, bushes, or overgrown shrubs. At the same time, the interior staircase should not face the front door entrance. If this is the case, the positive chi will enter the home and head directly to the second floor. It is important to allow positive chi to reach every area of your home so that good health, harmony, and opportunities will follow.
Follow these five important Feng Shui tips to help promote a good atmosphere in your living space. If you're still looking for a property to purchase, give us a call. We can help you find a home with positive Feng Shui ambiance.