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New Home Superstitions

Are you superstitious? Celebrating a major life event like moving into a New Home can be fun with Superstions. Or if you take them seriously you may want to bring good luck into your new life. You may want to think of these common traditions (Superstitions) when you are moving into you new home.

□       Always bring in a NEW broom into the home the first time that the owner enters the home.

□       Never carry a hoe into your home. If you do by mistake, carry it out again, walking backward to avoid bad luck.

□       Never give a knife as a housewarming present, or your new neighbor will become your enemy.

□       Nail an evergreen branch to the new rafters to bring good luck.

□       When you move into you new home, always enter first with a loaf of bread.

□       Never move into your new home on a Friday, Saturday, or a rainy day.

□       The first time that you leave your new home, make sure that you exit by the same door that you entered; otherwise you will never settle in.

□       The number of steps on a staircase should not be in the multiples of three.

□       When moving into your new home, scatter coins in the living room so prosperity will reign.

□       If you find a grasshopper inside your home it means luck.

Do you have any superstitions that you would like to share that are not on this list?

We only want good luck for the people who buy a new Maronda Home. So whether or not you believe in common superstitions that are associated with moving into a new home, you may find yourself thinking about these upon arrival to your new home. Just don’t get to consumed by superstitions; entering your new home with a positive attitude is the most rewarding action that you can take.

If you are looking to start new and would like to learn more about how to build a home with Maronda Homes, contact us today!

About Art Browning

Art is a Division Coordinator for Maronda Homes in Columbus Ohio. He currently resides in Galloway Ohio with his wife Jody and three wonderful kids Kyle, Kayla, and Kameron. Outside the office he enjoys camping and gardening.

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