Feng Shui becomes common in real estate market


Reports Krista Larson, AP Writer, a growing number of real estate agents and people selling their own homes are turning to feng shui to help attract buyers.

"There are a lot more Realtors knowledgeable about feng shui today than there were three years ago," said Holly Ziegler, a broker in California and feng shui instructor. "There are a lot more Realtors knowledgeable about feng shui today than there were three years ago," said Holly Ziegler, a broker in California and feng shui instructor. "I would say in the next three years, there will be a huge number of Realtors who are paying attention to this information because it only helps serve them and their clients, Gail Lyons, a broker in Boulder, Colo., said as many as 30% of her clients are interested in buying a home with good feng shui.

Homeowners or Realtors seeking the help of a feng shui practitioner can expect to pay a fee. "Feng shui-ed" starting for around $170. (Source: Krista Larson, Los Angeles Times, Oct. 17, 2004).



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