BY RAHIMY RAHIM
Tropicana’s sales executives Max Mok (third from left) and Sendy Wong (right) briefing (from left) Md Noor A Rahman, Norhayati Ibrahim, Lim Sh Pot and Wong Keang Hao at the Tropicana booth.
KUALA LUMPUR: When you are purchasing a new house, you must always observe the external land form of the location, says Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences founder David Koh.
“It is important to consider the macro as well as the micro forces around the area.
“One must take some time to observe whether it is facing a mountain, a river, the road and the energy flow within the given space,” he said at The Star KL Property Fair 2013 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre yesterday.
He said that house buyers should avoid buying houses that are facing, on top or at the lowest point of a valley.
“This is due to the movement of the energy flow which could be obstructed by it,” he added.
Koh also stressed that feng shui practices has nothing to do with religious beliefs or any particular culture.
“It is just a study of energy movement which can be practised by all,” he added.
He said that house buyers could also get immediate feng shui tips fromwww.mingsweb.org.
Other speakers also gave tips on property investment, Malaysia’s property hotspots and infrastructure updates, as well as on how much you can borrow from financial institutions.
Loanstreet managing director Jared Lim, who is participating in the exhibition, said that it was important to determine and calculate a person’s Debt Service Ratio before purchasing a house or properties.
“There are several myths out there, including that banks only provide one third of a person’s monthly income growth, as well as talk that the maximum amount a person can borrow from different banks does not vary much. These are absolutely untrue,” he added.