We can’t ignore the fact that building apartments is a business though they are made for living. And the businessmen i.e. builders have their money and their prestige on stake. Everybody wants to build a product which can be sold effortlessly. But usually this doesn’t happen.
My dear friends, you can put a bit extra stress on marketing, you can lure the buyers by offering extra discount, EMI’s after possession, but if your product still fails to attract the buyers, you must consult with some professional vaastu consultant. There are many such projects in NCR, which are beautiful in design, made with state of the art technique but they are still waiting for buyers, because they aren’t vaastu compliant.
To be in safer side, builder must check the vaastu first. It will not only help them to complete their project timely, they can sell it effortlessly. Customers also demands for a vaastu compliant project whether it is residential or commercial.
Due to the ignorance of vaastu principals they (builders) face some or the other problems. Here are some most common problems they usually face:
- Such projects usually financed in Partnership. If there is any vaastu dosh in land, on which project is finalized, chances of collapsing of partnership are high. Facing problem with the govt. body or last land owner can’t be denied. Sometime projects delayed due to conflicts with the raw-material suppliers or any miss-happening on site.
- This is the story of many multi-storey projects, their pre-launching was a success, but before launching or delivery they flopped completely.
- One more major problem builder faces is in selling of the project. They sell one particular tower easily but they didn’t get the buyers for other one.
The cause for all above problems may be the wrong selection of land or a major Vaastu dosh there. Before finalising the land they must check, what the earlier use of the land was. Was it used as cremation ground or if there were any mazar or temple etc. on that same piece of land?
They should also check for the shape of the land. It should be square or rectangular or in other ideal shape for multi-storey residential building. Any edge of the piece of land shouldn’t be cut.
After the land has been selected the builder should consult an experienced astrologer to find out the auspicious time (muhurat) to start the construction. It will help in smooth and hurdle less construction. Work will be completed successfully.
It is extremely necessary to worship the land before the construction work starts. At any place after digging up to one foot, if we find bones and filthy rubbish, hair etc. they should be removed.
Position of Rahu must not be opposite during starting the construction work.
Besides above mentioned guidelines one must remember the following tips:
- East or North facing plots are best suited for apartments.
- After selecting the land and auspicious time to start the construction, you should choose the right direction to start with. It has been seen that a construction started in wrong direction spoils the whole project. North- east, East or North are the best directions to start the construction. Do not start construction work in South-west, South or West first. It will cause problem in sale of the towers.
- Open space should be left on all four sides of the building. There should be enough space left around the building. More open space towards North and East side of the Building as compared to south and west sides.