Finding a Feng Shui property in Orange County

Posted on December 19, 2006. Filed under: Orange County Real Estate |

We have a new Weeks Team project that should make a fun case study blog. Mike & I will be blogging about our previews on our quest to find the perfect property. Our job is to find a Feng Shui property less than 1.2M in South Orange County. Buyers have the following criteria:– No cul de sac (supposedly the energy cannot freely flow through a cul de sac therefore the homes located on one receive negative energy)– Door must face street, AND open between the N/E and S/E direction– Hill in the backyard and lower elevation in the front yard. OR city lights view if the back elevation is lower.– Backyard bigger than the front yard– Water valve (main) or fire hydrant located on the LEFT when leaving (I think this has something to do with money)

– Stairs not facing you when entering the property

– NO door directly behind the front door (this makes energy come in and go right back out, which is bad). NOTE a window is ok, and an offset door is ok.

So far buyers LOVE the floorplan 3F in the Fairfield tract in Ladera Ranch. The only property we can find is on a cul de sac, and the front door does not face the street, so its a no go.

Our plan of action is to keep a close eye on the Fairfield tract and today I will be researching the builder to see if they have that floorplan in any other South Orange County neighborhoods. More to come!

Angie
www.AskAngie.com

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