Saturday, May 21, 2011

Selecting a Good Property - Enjoying timely Feng Shui

Compassvale Ancilla @ Sengkang
Source from HDB website
The article in this series serves as an example to assist home buyers to qualify for a good investment property or properties that could enjoy good Feng Shui and good Return on Investment or ROI with a mean to hedge against inflation. It also acts as an illustration to share the knowledge of Classical Feng Shui principles that could be used to assess a good property. This is based on the recent Compassvale Ancilla at Sengkang BTO (Build to Order) launch.

The properties circled in Red are “protected” by the surrounding buildings circled in Blue from any external negative effects.

They act as the Right and Left Embraces as well as support from the Back. There are also Open Spaces or Garden Park in the North and Southeast with respect to the properties circled in Red. These act as Bright-Hall (明堂) to gather the life energy or Qi. These structures also compliant to the Direct and Indirect Spirits (零正), a Feng Shui principle that generally assesses whether the property is timely, and enjoys Feng Shui from 2004 – 2023. Hence, these residents could benefit from these, and enjoy better Feng Shui. In additional, it also provides a better greenery open spaces, with an array of nearby amenities; like supermarket, shops, eating outlets, schools, good transportation network, in the neighbourhood.


Site Plan of Compassvale Ancilla @ Sengkang
Source from HDB website

However, with reference to the unit allocations within the building, not all the units in the Red circle enjoy equally good Feng Shui; some are better, and some are below the mark.

I must emphasize that there are many good units in this housing development launch, and the illustration mentioned in this article is just one example in selecting a property with Feng Shui principles.

Some of the bad features that you might avoid in selecting a good property are to avoid selecting a unit that faces the stairways, rubbish chute, fire exit. Furthermore, nowadays, most of the building development is relatively very “packed” to each other, and as such you will also need to watch out for building edges/corners from the neighbouring blocks especially if they are relatively near.


More Interesting Articles
* Is your Property facing a 'Wind Gap' (天斩煞) ?
* How do you know your Dream Home enjoys Good Feng Shui?
* Do you want a Better Feng Shui Property, Long Term?
* Does your neighbour next door have the same Property Feng Shui as yours?
* Which Apartment has Better Feng Shui?
* Tapping into the good Feng Shui Natural Environment.
Finding a Good Feng Shui Property.
* Do you want a good-value Living Property?

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