No Solution but to Sell

October 11, 2023 by Scheherazade Merchant | 0 comments

It’s really disheartening when you walk into a fabulous home from any angle, travertine floor, his and hers walk in closet and a master bedroom the size of a football field, a kitchen to die for, plus plus plus other aspects not relevant to this post, and have to tell the client they can’t live there.

So what makes a property acceptable or unacceptable?

In this particular case, the usual requirements ticked off. Door in Indirect Spirit, pool in southwest, also Indirect Spirit , bedrooms in auspicious sectors, central palace clean all obstructions, all of that seemed okay from the GPS images the client had shared with me earlier.

In fact I had approved the purchase on the representation of the client & the data she sent me, (much of it inaccurate I have to say, which I discovered after I reached there)

Upon my actual visit to this property somewhere in USA:

What threw me, once I actually visited the property, was that there was a mountain on the South West sector and the main entrance door was on a death and emptiness line.

Not just the main door but the entire building and in this perfectly constructed structure; each and every door were on death and emptiness lines. Stove included.

It’s hard to rectify so much DE, but let is say we can actually get a carpenter in to tilt the doors by a couple of degrees, we still have to deal with the stove, and the main building alignment, which cannot be ignored.

But this was the deal breaker:

There is a mountain range that runs across NW, W and SW.

And that is the issue.

  1. The mountain in the SW is basically a problem because in Period 8 & 9, we do not like to see higher ground in the SW. SW In period 9 is Indirect Spirit. And any violation of that would affect the Kun Gua (oldest woman of the house)
  2. More so, the mountain formation was not good, quite menacing in fact. This was indicated further as being a problem because the lady of the house had a history of cancer.

The Solution I suggested:

So you cant stay there, but one cannot walk out, without doing anything so the client decides to sell the place. The client had anyway put it on the market, in case they got an exceptional offer, and in a vibrant market where most homes were selling fast and way above the asking, this property remained unsold.

I placed water using Xuan Kong Da Gua methods, while I was there, in order to sell the property fast, as it was not suitable to live in. A couple of weeks later it was still unsold so I suggested that they drain the water and I gave a new dates to re fill the water and was able to find a date that also included the clients clash (good for separation from your asset) and combination of month of clients BaZi with the day plus the clients Indirect Wealth just happened to be present in the year.

This worked and it was Sold in a week at asking.

I told them not to wait for a higher bid but to let it go.

Why? They asked and you may feel, that in a fast moving market, what was the hurry?

Well the DE line slows down everything so when at a disadvantage take what you get and asking price means it’s not a compromise.

The lesson here is sometimes one needs to understand the shortcomings of the matter and move accordingly.



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