Buying your first home? We get that it’s a stressful experience. Not only do you have to worry about money, distance from your office, you also have to think about the renovation and furniture shopping that comes after you decide on your purchase.
It is a very big-ticket item after all, and a bad purchase can leave you dealing with the consequences for years after. For some people, the feng shui of a house is also a big consideration. Of course, it’s best to consult an expert in the field because every house is different, but there are some general things that you can look out for.
Here are four features of a house that signal bad feng shui, according to feng shui master Joey Yap.