First I’d like to point out that Realtor Magazine refused to post my comments below responding to their charts statistics and analysis on this topic on their online magazine. This industry must evolve, it's ridiculous that it won't.
As an expert in the field of energy transformation with 30 years experience working on extreme cases of energy in humans and homes, I can say that there is nothing wrong with buying a great house at a discount where a murder or meth lab or any other tragedy has occurred if it is brought into harmony and energetic transformation by a savvy experienced professional.
We are not talking about simply crossing over souls, we are talking about the energetic transformation of the structure and property itself. Energy does not dissipate, it must be transformed in order to bring about lasting and complete peace in a dwelling. There is way more to this science than being a psychic medium. We wish this important service was as common as the staging of a house so that people didn't have to be terrified or have suffered losses before they seek help.
These findings are great but do not help the underlying problem. Plus they are incomplete as they do not speak to why this trend is happening. We do.
The survey's findings:
"The potential for a crime near the home is a bigger concern for more people than a home that is possibly haunted by ghosts. More than 75% of respondents say they are less likely to buy a home if it was located in a crime-heavy area, near a prison, or was previously used as a meth lab. But only 54% said purchasing a haunted house was a problem".
What people do not realize is that any haunting, murder, unresolved death, or drug energy even in a nice area negatively affects the people who live in the house and the neighborhood itself which opens the door to more crime. The lower energy of these incidents brings back more experiences of the like in resonance. This is science not new age mumbo jumbo. It's these unresolved fields of energy that create a "crime area" or recurring crimes and accidents in the location.
"Younger generations may be the most open to buying a haunted home. Millennials were 13 times more likely to purchase a haunted house and 17 times more likely to pay more for it than baby boomers, the survey showed".
The millennials are not only watching the numerous ghost hunting show which glamorize and exploit spirits but they are also looking for deals. Many younger folks think its "cool" to live somewhere there is a ghost, but the truth is most often they cannot afford to rent or buy where they would like to so they live here they must and take advantage of the newer trend in Real Estate which drastically reduces the price where heinous crimes have occurred to get the sale"
"In fact, one in four supernatural believers said they’re more likely to purchase a home if it was haunted, someone died there of natural causes or was murdered, or if it was located near a cemetery. For every home, there is a buyer. Consider, consumers who say they’ve had a supernatural experience in a home are 13 times more likely to pay more for a house that is haunted than those who hadn’t, the Clever Real Estate survey showed".
These supernatural believers play with ghosts, conjure spirits, and in most cases have no clue what they are playing with or what they are inviting to be part of their experience, even by “ignoring” them. They are considered part of the larger problem, not the solution to selling or renting homes most people wouldn't live in. In any case, the energy is magnified through their morbid curiosities and low vibrational “magic” and neighborhoods have a harder time healing and becoming whole as a result.
So many spiritual players, so few playing in higher consciousness.
Be part of the solution and contact me to resolve these issues in your home and to teach you how to live in love with the power of love, as love, for love and enjoy your experience of heaven on earth as the result. One thing I am absolutely sure of is that everything and everyone is being upgraded from homes to humans , so get up to speed and have more fun! We cannot wait for the Real Estate industry to get over itself and be more helpful with the solution instead of remaining part of the problem.