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I am looking to buy a house and basically there is an issue with the house itself, so it might be a risk. I did a Hukam to ask Guruji what i should do and the below Hukam was blessed. Sorry I couldn't embed the Gurmukhi. 

 

Could someone please tell me what Guruji is advising me to do.

 

 

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 sloku  mÚ  1  ] 
salok mahalaa pehilaa ||Shalok, First Mehla:
 jy  kir  sUqku  mMnIAY  sB  qY  sUqku  hoie  ] 
je kar sootak ma(n)neeaai sabh tai sootak hoi ||If one accepts the concept of impurity, then there is impurity everywhere.
 gohy  AqY  lkVI  AMdir  kIVw  hoie  ] 
gohe atai lakaRee a(n)dhar keeRaa hoi ||In cow-dung and wood there are worms.
 jyqy  dwxy  AMn  ky  jIAw  bwJu  n  koie  ] 
jete dhaane a(n)n ke jeeaa baajh na koi ||As many as are the grains of corn, none is without life.
 pihlw  pwxI  jIau  hY  ijqu  hirAw  sBu  koie  ] 
pahilaa paanee jeeau hai jit hariaa sabh koi ||First, there is life in the water, by which everything else is made green.
 sUqku  ikau  kir  rKIAY  sUqku  pvY  rsoie  ] 
sootak kiau kar rakheeaai sootak pavai rasoi ||How can it be protected from impurity? It touches our own kitchen.
 nwnk  sUqku  eyv  n  auqrY  igAwnu  auqwry  Doie  ]1] 
naanak sootak ev na utarai giaan utaare dhoi ||1||O Nanak, impurity cannot be removed in this way; it is washed away only by spiritual wisdom. ||1||

 

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In my opinion, I do not think that hukamnama is in favor of the purchase but again it speaks to you directly and guru sahib knows you better than rest of us here.

The message of the Hukamnama is that all impurities will go away with the name of Waheguru. 

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5 minutes ago, Guest Advice said:

I am looking to buy a house and basically there is an issue with the house itself, so it might be a risk. I did a Hukam to ask Guruji what i should do and the below Hukam was blessed. Sorry I couldn't embed the Gurmukhi. 

Did you get a RICS condition report and a structural report? (If in UK)

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14 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

Bhai ji. Structural defects in property won't disappear in this way. 

Of course brother. I am talking about what the hukamnama message after reading it from the link. 

I started a company with my partners which was guaranteed to be successful as we had a great connection and was mostly a fail-proof concept. Hukamnama was not kinda in favor of it but we still opened it. We closed it last month after 3 years because none of our partners had a time to manage it and employees to run it. One of the partner's background is in business operations.  Anyway, some will believe it or not but i see it as a decision maker to any of future work where we are undecided.  

Question now is: Do all of us agree on the concept of taking hukamnama prior to doing any major life decision? 

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@OP, watch out for structural damage more than cosmetic stuff! The cosmetic stuff can be sorted out comparatively easier and you're probably going to do that anyway? 

I don't know what country you are in, but you should have got some reputable Building Surveyor firm to do a condition report at least. I think you might have to pay extra for a structural engineer to check it out - but well worth it. Don't use the sellers people, they might have a relationship with them, and cover stuff up. Use an independent reputable firm. (Good luck finding one!)

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5 hours ago, Guest Advice said:

WJKK WJKF

I am looking to buy a house and basically there is an issue with the house itself, so it might be a risk. I did a Hukam to ask Guruji what i should do and the below Hukam was blessed. Sorry I couldn't embed the Gurmukhi. 

 

Could someone please tell me what Guruji is advising me to do.

 

 

http://sttm.co/s/1743/21251

 


 sloku  mÚ  1  ] 
salok mahalaa pehilaa ||Shalok, First Mehla:
 jy  kir  sUqku  mMnIAY  sB  qY  sUqku  hoie  ] 
je kar sootak ma(n)neeaai sabh tai sootak hoi ||If one accepts the concept of impurity, then there is impurity everywhere.
 gohy  AqY  lkVI  AMdir  kIVw  hoie  ] 
gohe atai lakaRee a(n)dhar keeRaa hoi ||In cow-dung and wood there are worms.
 jyqy  dwxy  AMn  ky  jIAw  bwJu  n  koie  ] 
jete dhaane a(n)n ke jeeaa baajh na koi ||As many as are the grains of corn, none is without life.
 pihlw  pwxI  jIau  hY  ijqu  hirAw  sBu  koie  ] 
pahilaa paanee jeeau hai jit hariaa sabh koi ||First, there is life in the water, by which everything else is made green.
 sUqku  ikau  kir  rKIAY  sUqku  pvY  rsoie  ] 
sootak kiau kar rakheeaai sootak pavai rasoi ||How can it be protected from impurity? It touches our own kitchen.
 nwnk  sUqku  eyv  n  auqrY  igAwnu  auqwry  Doie  ]1] 
naanak sootak ev na utarai giaan utaare dhoi ||1||O Nanak, impurity cannot be removed in this way; it is washed away only by spiritual wisdom. ||1||

 

God prob let you know that even in a house you want, you can still be impure/ impurity can still exist. It exists in the massive palaces, and things that gold and riches can buy. Without Naam, everything is poison, no matter what house and how much money you have. So walk on the straight and narrow path no matter where you live/ what you own. In reality, All belongs to God, all places are Gods, we have Nothing. God powers the entire khel, without Him it would shut down. Recognising this, you can put your head on the ground and just be grateful for what you have for it's all blessed.

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Vaheguru, maharaj is reminding us of the issues within the house of our own body. Our minds have left their praise for worldly worries. Whatever you decide to do, your result will be successful if you take Guru ji's blessing. But remember to be practical, work with Guru Sahib has given you. If you have the means to eliminate the risk associated with the house, then go ahead. If you are thinking to take the risk, then don't, safety matters, with the Guru's grace you may find a better option.  

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thanks for the advice. The house is on a private/ un adopted road, so solicitors said that there no management, could cause issues later on if issues with the road etc.

Its all new build houses, there are other people living there so should be alirght however im not sure if i should go for it seeing as there might be issues with it later on with the road so im unsure. 

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20 hours ago, S1ngh said:

I started a company with my partners which was guaranteed to be successful as we had a great connection and was mostly a fail-proof concept.

Bhai ji I don't think there is anything like a 'fail proof concept' in business. Random stuff (like say Covid for example) can take some businesses out suddenly, and conversely they can be a life saver to others (i.e. PPE manufacturers, online suppliers who get stuff to you in lock downs being in extra demand). 

The best way to survive I guess is to have diverse income streams so if one dries up, the others still bring in the bacon.

The business environment can be very fluid, and sometimes even a little thing can cause a massive difference.  Example: One cafe I know was doing okay, but then they hired this really pretty, friendly women as a waitress. Business shot up big time because of her for a year or two. Then she had kids and moved away, the business decreased. lol 

 

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On 10/19/2021 at 9:42 AM, Guest Advice said:

WJKK WJKF

I am looking to buy a house and basically there is an issue with the house itself, so it might be a risk. I did a Hukam to ask Guruji what i should do and the below Hukam was blessed. Sorry I couldn't embed the Gurmukhi. 

 

Could someone please tell me what Guruji is advising me to do.

 

 

http://sttm.co/s/1743/21251

 


 sloku  mÚ  1  ] 
salok mahalaa pehilaa ||Shalok, First Mehla:
 jy  kir  sUqku  mMnIAY  sB  qY  sUqku  hoie  ] 
je kar sootak ma(n)neeaai sabh tai sootak hoi ||If one accepts the concept of impurity, then there is impurity everywhere.
 gohy  AqY  lkVI  AMdir  kIVw  hoie  ] 
gohe atai lakaRee a(n)dhar keeRaa hoi ||In cow-dung and wood there are worms.
 jyqy  dwxy  AMn  ky  jIAw  bwJu  n  koie  ] 
jete dhaane a(n)n ke jeeaa baajh na koi ||As many as are the grains of corn, none is without life.
 pihlw  pwxI  jIau  hY  ijqu  hirAw  sBu  koie  ] 
pahilaa paanee jeeau hai jit hariaa sabh koi ||First, there is life in the water, by which everything else is made green.
 sUqku  ikau  kir  rKIAY  sUqku  pvY  rsoie  ] 
sootak kiau kar rakheeaai sootak pavai rasoi ||How can it be protected from impurity? It touches our own kitchen.
 nwnk  sUqku  eyv  n  auqrY  igAwnu  auqwry  Doie  ]1] 
naanak sootak ev na utarai giaan utaare dhoi ||1||O Nanak, impurity cannot be removed in this way; it is washed away only by spiritual wisdom. ||1||

 

You've had it checked for mold and termites lol?

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I believe we all interpret Hukamnama differently. "Impure" what is wrong with the house? Damp? Interior decoration not up to scratch? If I sold my house it's unlikely potential buyers will do "Jai jai" all the way through. But one person will buy it sooner or later. 

"If there is water, there is life." This new buyer see's the house, see's potential and will make the bad good. Just like making the impure, pure. 

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On 10/20/2021 at 9:18 AM, Guest Guest Advice said:

WJKK WJKF

 

thanks for the advice. The house is on a private/ un adopted road, so solicitors said that there no management, could cause issues later on if issues with the road etc.

Its all new build houses, there are other people living there so should be alirght however im not sure if i should go for it seeing as there might be issues with it later on with the road so im unsure. 

Local authorities aren't eager to adopt private roads anymore, so all the residents will be liable for any costs in maintaining the road. New builds aren't really a great buy as they are overpriced and many companies are just cutting corners with shoddy workmanship. Personally I would never buy a new build. It is better to buy an older property after getting a full survey done and if there are issues highlighted in the survey such as leaky roof etc, you can negotiate a reduction with the seller. The older properties have been around for over 100 years while I bet some of the new builds will not last 50 years before they need major repairs and or/ demolition. 

Although if the house is an investment and you have worked out all your numbers and want to sell after a few years or rent it out then I suppose this could be a good deal. As they say, make sure you do your due diligence. 

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