9 Vaastu Tips for Buying The Right Home

Are you searching for a new home or a plot of land to build your home? Follow these essential Vaastu principles to ensure long term happiness and peace. What to look out for and what’s considered auspicious? Read on to find out!

While purchasing a plot, it is advised by the Vastu Shastris, that any roads that might be running on the north and the east side of your plot, should be lower than the corresponding site levels. It is also good if a road runs alongside the plot and ends at the northeast corner.

Do not negotiate for a flat that looks gloomy and has a sad ambiance to it. You should go ahead with only those flats that give you a positive, lively and happy feeling on entering it. Only such a flat is worth investing in.

While house hunting for yourself, make sure that you do not purchase a flat that is located opposite to crossroads. Avoid all lands opposite to a T or Y intersections. This is considered highly inauspicious by the Vastu Shastris.

You should avoid purchasing any flat that might be at the turning-point on a road. Vastu Shastris advise you to immediately start looking for a new location, if you come across such a site.

It is best if you purchase a flat or a plot where happy and successful people have lived. Investigate your plot for drought cracks and hard rocks. Avoid such plots. It is best not to purchase any land that is next to a bridge.

It is considered profitable to purchase additional land that might be adjoining the present land and that is on the north, northwest, and east sides of the present land. Avoid purchasing any land on the south or west sides of your house.

The plots with their southeast parts high may bring in wealth to its residents. Likewise, a plot with a southeast slope will lead to a loss of wealth and the plots with their south side higher than the rest of the sides will ensure good health to its residents.

If your plot or house is close to a temple of the Lord Shiva, Shakti or Vishnu, there are chances of facing some monetary losses. Likewise, if your house is facing the southwest, if there is an elder member of your family living in the northeast portion of the house or if there is a tall tree in the northeastern side of the house, which is blocking the light of the rising sun from reaching your house then, there are chances of some monetary losses in your house.

Avoid any plot that might be at the dead-end of a corridor. Such plots keep on accumulating the highly negative energy, which shoots down the lane at all the time. This then manifests negatively in the form of chronic illness of its occupants and the owner.

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