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Feng Shui Guide to Selling Properties
Feng shui is a master tool for selling (and buying) properties. Selling a property with feng shui is easy and very efficient – if you make sure that the key aspects of feng shui are covered almost any property can be sold very quickly. There are several important factors that will always affect the sale of your home or business – the three biggies being geopathic stress, estate agents and emotional place attachment (the unwillingness of people to move or change). Learn the essential feng shui checklist to maximise the value of your property and ensure a quick sale.
Flat sold in 3 hours with a feng shui ritual for selling properties
“Jan, today, I simply imagined doing the ‘red envelop ritual’ for a house sale, ie throwing wood from near the stove into the river, etc. Less than 3 hours later, I received an email from a neighbour I haven’t even met, saying he’s happy to buy my flat privately!!! I’m over the moon – that’s real magic, Feng Shui at its best – it works even if it’s done virtually. Best regards, Katherine.” Katherine Loynes, Property Finder, Richmond, Surrey
To book a feng shui consultation please email me or call me on +44 7956 288574
Remote feng shui consultations are also available.
There are only six things that can slow down the sale of your property:
1) Owners ie place attachment of the owners and members of the family
3) Estate agents
5) Feng shui
Out-dated deco = financial opportunity
Good interior design is good feng shui. Some interior design features such as avocado bathroom suites, artex ceilings, strip lighting, wood chip wallpaper, out-of-date kitchens, pine panelling, crazy paving, old carpets, build-in drink bars and blocked off fireplaces can make potential buyers run a mile. On the other hand, properties with such out-dated interiors can offer the best value in terms of your investment. For example, if you invest £5000 on redecorating, you can potentially increase the worth of the property by £15,000 to £20,000 – trebling or quadrupling your initial investment. The good news is that feng shui offers solutions for most of your interior design problems.