The Property Domain or Palace governs how many assets (property, investment, inheritances) you are likely to have. It also describes your living environment, whether good or bad. Read on to find out how the major stars affect this palace.
Zi Wei: With this placement you will prefer to live on high ground, literally-at higher altitudes, in mountainous areas, or on one of the top floors of an apartment building. You have the ability to become very rich and may inherit an estate or property.
Tian Fu: You may own quite a few properties and have numerous types of residences during your life. Tian Fu reveals that this will be very profitable for you. This star indicates large properties, an inheritance, and the accumulation of tangible resources.
Wu Qu: You most likely live in a residence of quality and will own several significant properties in your lifetime. You have the capacity to accumulate significant assets with this placement, but it is quality, not quantity, that distinguishes this star from some of the other financial energies.
Tian Xiang: This star offers prosperity due to inheritance. It also suggest a doubling of some sort: two different family homes, a duplex, a two-storied home, or a residence that has two separate living areas. This star is very dependent on surrounding stars.
Sha Qi: This is a very unstable influence to find in your property palace. With other more favorable stars present or with the fortune catalyst attached, however, you could be very successful buying and selling real estate. The home is self-contained and freestanding, not an apartment.
Po Jun: You will be happiest in a state-of-the-art, modern home filled with gadgets and the latest electronic devices. You may own property later in life; however, you may tear it down and renovate it beyond recognition.
Lian Zhen: Your assets are either up or down; you will experience wealth followed by bankruptcy, possibly multiple times. There will be frequent moves and much work involved in maintaining your properties. You may live with blood relatives, especially female ones, at some point in your adult life due to a downswing in luck.
Tan Lang: You could reside near a sports arena, a fairground, or an entertainment venue. In business, you could be very successful through socializing, entertaining, sports, or physical therapy. Mixing business with pleasure will be most lucrative for you; you have the ability to generate considerable wealth through your social network.
Tai Yang: With the sun in your property palace, you will prefer sunny or temperate climates, and your home itself will be bright and sunny. Frequent moves and multiple living environments are often seen with this placement. Constant changes or shifting of circumstances prevent your retaining property and assets.
Ju Men: You reside on low ground, in a shady area, and/or on one of the lower floors of an apartment building. Your home may be near a courthouse, restaurant, or pub. There will be a preference for exciting, noisy, or busy environments. Be cautious of lawsuits or verbal disputes on or regarding your property or home.
Tian Ji: Frequent moves are in store for you if Tian Ji is placed in your property palace. Traveling and new locations are the norm with this star/palace combination. Much movement surrounds your home; you may live close to a busy intersection, train station, or airport.
Tai Yin: The moon in your property palace reveals your preference for peaceful, quiet living arrangements and a tranquil lifestyle. You probably dislike metropolitan areas, preferring instead to live in the country or a quiet, hidden area.
Tian Tong: Property comes to you rather easily; you may receive an inheritance in the form of a large sum of money, trust account, or property. You will be most prosperous and productive in a peaceful environment. You may have experienced upheavals in your home early on in life.
Tian Liang: This star is a blessing to find in this palace, as it is an indication that you will inherit property. You are also likely to remain in one house for a considerable length of time. The family home may be old and/or near a retirement home, hospital, or older establishment.