Dato’ Joey Yap needs no introduction to the serious followers of Chinese Metaphysics or Feng Shui both locally and abroad. His recent Feng Shui and Astrology Seminar 2016 in Kuala Lumpur was expectedly a crowd puller.
According to Joey Yap, 2016 is the Year of the Fire Monkey which will see the Fire element being the most dominant this year. The Earth element, on the other hand, will be the least.
Being the least dominant in 2016, Earth element industries will see slow growth this year and that rings true for industries like property and construction among others. Even so, Joey Yap interestingly suggests that 2016 is a good year to buy a house for one’s own stay or for long-term investment. In his own words as reported in the TheEdgeProperty.com:
“If you are a true investor, now is a good time to buy properties as people may be desperate to sell. But do keep in mind, it’s for long-term investment —not speculation”.
He further explains that based on the Chinese astrology, the dominant fire element in 2016 will clash with the metal element of the ringgit which will see it depreciates even further. Hence, it is wiser to accumulate assets rather than keeping cash in the bank at this time.
What Joey Yap explains next should be a convincing assurance that now is the best time to buy property despite its current slow growth. Yap foresees that the property market will show signs of a rebound by end of 2017 as the earth element will dominate in 2018. As another property boom can be expected then, property buyers this year are making a smart move as they can expect good appreciation of their property value even only after a couple of years.
Besides the right timing for buying properties, it is always a good idea to check if the property you are eyeing on possesses features that attract positive Feng Shui. One of the important elements to observe is the landform features surrounding the property.
Here are four examples of landform features to note among many others:
A quote from Joey Yap:-
“Look for properties in the East, South, Southeast and Southwest parts of Kuala Lumpur this year as the Qi flow in 2016 favours properties in those locations. Of course you should still consider investing only in properties with strong brand names and have flawless reputations.”
genKL, a low-density FREEHOLD condominium in Kuchai Lama crafted by CapitaLand and Juta Asia has been built in an area which according to Joey Yap, the official Feng Shui consultant for genKL, has the landform features mentioned earlier:-
Hence, genKL, is a home that gives you constant flow of Qi and opens up opportunities for wealth and power. Register your interest today at www.genKL.com.Back to List