In today’s time, it is getting increasingly difficult for people to buy real estate because of the price factor & so the easy way out is to rent. Does the law of Vaastu apply to a rented space also? Yes, it does. The energy of the space will have maximum impact on the person who is staying or working in it.
Also if space is rented there is hardly any possibility for the tenant to make changes. So it is imperative for a person to get the Vaastu of the place checked before finalising it.
Below are the Vaastu tips for people who want to move into rented properties –
A lot of people are confused as to how to check the direction of the property? The direction of the property or the ‘facing’ of the property, is the direction you face while coming out of the property.
According to the thumb rules of vaastu, the direction of the main door is very important while taking a rental home. The best entry is east of northeast, followed by east, north and west.
The kitchen should be in the south-east or north-west as this harmonises the fire element.
The master bedroom should be in the south-west or west of south-west.
There should be no bathroom or kitchen in the north-east.
Ideally, the shape of the house should be symmetrical
There should be no bathroom in the south-east.
Avoid any property which has split levels in the floor. For eg: Depression in the south side & elevation in the north.
The centre of the property should be free from any kind of structural violations.
Above are the generic macro suggestions for rented properties, for complete results, micro Vaastu parameters also have to be implemented which are plot specific and can only be suggested after a thorough investigation and assessment of the plot and the architectural plans.