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Lets Feng Shui this economy!

It seems logical that the word function derives from Feng Shui.  This current business of "feng shui-ing" your villa in order to sell seems as useful as burying Joseph upside down in the front yard.  In Webster's dictionary, one definition of functional is "designed or developed chiefly from the point of view of use."  In other cultures they may have feng shui-ists.  Here in the US we use architects to design functional real estate.  In economics we have - well we have dis-functional opinions and equations that all use differing variables to try and explain the same im-measureable thing.

What makes something functional?  Maybe it is it's feng shui-ness; it's ability to align all the correct forces into a positive aura while gently motivating the negative into another plane.  (Cosmic, dude.)

So what if all real estate professionals started feng shui-ing real estate news and listings and blogs and such?  Would it make a positive difference?  It couldn't hurt.

So go ahead, feng shui something today in the name of the real estate market and lets get this economy feng shui-ed!

Heath Coker, Associate Broker
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Comments

Acquiring a property is one of the most important decisions anyone can make in a lifetime. Buying or selling real estate can be so overwhelming, especially, when you don’t know what property to choose or what to do when searching for a new home. Selling a home, scouting out a new location for a business, or buying multiple properties is when you should not only hire a qualified real estate agent, but a Feng Shui expert as well. Yet; the optimal time to call in a Feng Shui expert is even before a home is built. Some people say they have a gut feeling when they find the right property; they just know they’re at home. But, why not have some basis to form that feeling. Your gut is probably a good indication that you’re on the right track and the property is the right choice for you; nevertheless, the placement and direction of the home or business, in question, can be analyzed before a purchase is made. This gives you more than a gut feeling; it gives you choice information. A lot of Feng Shui problems can be prevented in the planning stage. Before committing designs onto paper, Feng Shui Real Estate can consult with you on optimising the flow of beneficial energy throughout your home or development. The result can be more profitable for you, as the character of your venture will improve; thereby drawing increased favourable consideration from potential buyers.For more view- realtydigest.blogspot.com

Posted by riathareja over 12 years ago

If I knew what Feng Shui is, I'd give it a try!

Posted by Ann Heitland, Retired from Flagstaff Real Estate Sales (Retired from RE/MAX Peak Properties) over 12 years ago

Thanx for the notes riathareja.  I think you're trying for a cultural change. 

Ann - feng shui is from overseas and has to do with how you try to cause the "forces of the universe" to align so as to allow positive vibes to flourish.

Posted by Associate Broker Falmouth MA Cape Cod Heath Coker, Heath Coker Robert Paul Properties Falmouth MA (http://www.CapeGroup.com & http://www.REindex.com) over 12 years ago

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