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While the research revealed only 6 per cent of Australians had a ‘deep understanding’ of feng shui principles, when presented with examples, a staggering 82 per cent preferred the look of a room that abided by the practice, without even realising it.
HSBC conducted the research in collaboration with feng shui master, Edgar Lok Tin Yung, with the aim of bringing the principles of feng shui to more Australians who want to add further value to their home.
Feng shui is said to increase personal and financial wellbeing, and 57 per cent of all respondents believed it would increase their property’s value. Its leading benefit was considered to be its ability to create ‘a more comfortable home’ (48 per cent).
Respondents identified the other top benefits of applying feng shui to a property as improved health (44 per cent) and increased attractiveness to buyers (36 per cent).
“Many people think feng shui is just a design tool to make your home look better, when in fact it’s a powerful ancient practice that has the ability to improve not just the environment within the home, but also the health, wealth and longevity of those living in it,” said Mr Yung.
To support homeowners in their understanding of feng shui and its benefits, HSBC is partnering with property intelligence start-up Archistar to offer a customised feng shui analysis of their home.
Jessica Power, Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management at HSBC Australia said:
“Property owners shoud take every opportunity they can to enhance the value in their homes – small changes really do make a big difference when it comes to achieving harmony.“
“Our unique partnership with Archistar will encourage Australians to look at home value and renovation a little differently.”
Key research findings
For more information about HSBC’s feng shui partnership with Archistar, click here.