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Dear All,
I envisage that more users may be posting such subject matter.
As such, I like to lay some guidelines on this subject.
Currently, I have thought of a few important guidelines on this. In the future, I will be adding more.
Here are the guidelines:-
1. First, go thru this Can or cannot buy resource:-
2. Geomancy.net's house hunting service
3. CAN OR CANNOT BUY: Is this block good? Free Advise
3.1 Cavet Emptor - Let the buyer beware: Please note that pointing to a url e.g. http://www.streetdirectory.com only provides a "Top-view" of the location.
3.2 Therefore, any review based on this should only be considered as very PRELIMINARY. As it does not take into account factors like compass direction; sunlight (east-west facing or north-south facing) etc...
3.3 The site, block and immediate surrouding are not analysed using this top-view method.
4.1 Do'nt give me messages or e-mails like: Very Urgent -- need your advice urgently!
4.2 For Free Advise, most of the time many people will give me `threats' like "the agent tells me that if I do not commit ... by such and such a date..which is often tommorrow or "yesterday", the deal's off!
5. For each individual : Do not post more than TWO free analysis.
6. Even if it is for one or two blocks for review, it depends on whether I accept or can reject the review without giving any reasons there-of.
7. If you want the layout analysed, then, go use Geomancy.net's priority service at:-
8. Contrary to popular believe, I personally believe that it is more important to invest in a "Can or Cannot buy" assessment rather than the last resort of having a home Feng Shuied after a purchase.
9. The above are the preliminary guidelines.
10. If you are in Singapore, please post free advise of this nature to " Singapore Property Review " conference.
Happy House Hunting!
Warmest Regards,
PS. At the end of the day, it `boils' down to your personal BUDGET. Needless to say, with or without Feng Shui; expect to pay more for a `choice' site. The seller or developer is no fool in this matter! Keep within you and your partner's MEANS. An average home is better than no home!

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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Hi Master Cecil, 

my fiancé and I are interested to shift into a block in jurong, but was told not to by my parents due to the surroundings (Ng Teng Fong Hospital). Was wondering if we can have your advice if this block/ unit is ideal?

block 203 Jurong East street 21 - unit 02-121 (pointed unit with the arrow on second image)

sorry if I missed out any info. Thank you so much for your kind advice!



979.......... Note: I have removed your phone number to prevent others misusing it.





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There is always a stigma attached to purchasing or living beside a hospital.

Like you mentioned: objections from parents. And in the future, may affect the resale value.

Especially more so if the unit faces of has a full view of a hospital.

Thus in doubt; skip these units.

From a common sense approach...avoid facing the Pathology department of a hospital or a collection point: where the body of a deceased is held for identification and others.. autopsy etc... This is really the main or real consideration to avoid.

One can even see HDB blocks directly facing a hospital. Including Eastpoint green condo:-EB60D41D-7AC7-49F7-83A2-288F16FB66F4.thumb.png.bc79cc17308818974f3cc98a3f17cbea.png

The latest is The Vales at Sengkang and many HDB flats shown here also face the similar situations as what you wrote:A82F86C2-054D-44BE-836F-46BFE7ACECF7.thumb.png.bd559f756b4c36254c897c4f540992f8.png

Again, If in doubt don’t... unless the purchase price is rock bottom basement bargain price...


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This photo is of SGH. Showing an example of the most inauspicious place at a hospital to avoid: Mortuary.

Every Hospital has one.. just that some are less pronounced.

P.S. For SGH, other than the nearby Clubhouse no other living quarters are near to this block 9, the mortuary.


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For Mount Alvernia Hospital; the holding area or collection point for the deceased is located at the red circle area.

This is where a deceased patient is hidden into a false bed and wheeled there for identification and sent to a respective casket company.

Unknown to those staying at Thomson 800. Especially that of block 804 Thomson 800.


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