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Cecil Lee

Buying a second-hand landed property

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1. This is more of a commonsense. But, it does invariably affect both your Man (person) and Earth (Feng Shui).
2. In Singapore, if you are ever considering buying a second-hand landed property be it a terrace, semi-detached or a bungalow (a house on it's own), please take heed of the following story:-
3. Do take note if you stay at St Michael's Road/Towner Road, Pasir Ris and many areas that are close to canals or damp locations:
"There was once (6 years ago), I went to a bungalow at St Michael's Road in Singapore to do a Feng Shui audit."
"As part of the audit, I checked the flooring and found some very strange cracks on the floor".
4. This is an important consideration, as the foundation is important for a FS accessment.
"I peered down into a crack, and low and behold, I saw the face of a termite smiling at me thru the crack. The termite, "greeted" me with surprise!"
5. The owner immediately called the pest control people to exterminate these white ants (termites).
6. Do excercise care, when you next look at a second-hand terrace or any landed property especially with locations that have dampness such as a canal even as far as 1 km away.
7. This is because, when the property was new, most probably, the site which the building is, has been treated with slow release chemicals that keep termites away.
But, if there was regular pest control check done annually, then, your entire investment can literally be `eaten' away right under your very nose.
The morale of the story " Prevention is better than cure! "
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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Ingredients: an old house + lower ground area + close to a canal or stream = prone to termite infestations due to conditions of "damp soil" ideal places for termites to multiply.

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On 1/10/2003 11:20:00 PM, Anonymous wrote:
1. This is more of a
commonsense. But, it does
invariably affect both your
Man (person) and Earth (Feng
Shui).
2. In Singapore, if you are
ever considering buying a
second-hand landed property be
it a terrace, semi-detached or
a bungalow (a house on it's
own), please take heed of the
following story:-
3. Do take note if you stay at
St Michael's Road/Towner Road,
Pasir Ris and many areas that
are close to canals or damp
locations:
"There was once (6 years ago),
I went to a bungalow at St
Michael's Road in Singapore to
do a Feng Shui audit."
"As part of the audit, I
checked the flooring and found
some very strange cracks on
the floor".
4. This is an important
consideration, as the
foundation is important for a
FS accessment.
"I peered down into a crack,
and low and behold, I saw the
face of a termite smiling at
me thru the crack. The
termite, "greeted" me with
surprise!"
5. The owner immediately
called the pest control people
to exterminate these white
ants (termites).
6. Do excercise care, when you
next look at a second-hand
terrace or any landed property
especially with locations that
have dampness such as a canal
even as far as 1 km away.
7. This is because, when the
property was new, most
probably, the site which the
building is, has been treated
with slow release chemicals
that keep termites away.
But, if there was regular pest
control check done annually,
then, your entire investment
can literally be `eaten' away
right under your very nose.
The morale of the story "
Prevention is better than
cure! "
Warmest Regards,
Cecil


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