It’s a global phenomenon, with one American study revealing more than 79% of Chinese investors would pay more for a house with good Feng Shui.
But Australian buyers are now using “reverse Feng Shui” to avoid competing with cashed up investors, according to Brisbane Times.
Put simply, Aussie buyers are learning to spot bad Feng Shui that will deter Chinese investors, in turn avoiding pricey bidding wars.
So what does bad Feng Shui look like?
Properties on the fourth floor or the street number four are thought to bring bad fortune. Also cul de sacs, T intersections and winding roads are thought to bring bad health.
Read more tips on Brisbane Times and you could save yourself from entering a bidding war with a Feng Shui devotee.
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