A heavenly home?

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Ramesh Krishnan and his son Chandrashekar, with real estate agent T.R. Viswanathan, at the Krishnan house in Aurora. In keeping with Krishnan's beliefs, the house is situated far from neighboring homes so as not to obstruct the energy flow.

For more people, buying a home is becoming an act of faith.

Not because of the turmoil in the mortgage market. But rather the increasing diversity of the population and the effort to meet their spiritual needs.

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Posted August 27, 2007 at 4:21 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. libraryjim wrote:

Well, we had an article posted on T1:9 not too long ago on Domino’s Pizza founder who is forming a Catholic neighborhood community; I posted a response on Tallahassee’s “San Miguel” Catholic Neighborhood; Also in Tallahassee, Hasidic Jews are buying up homes for sale in one neighborhood to start up a community there, with the largest home bought being used as their synagogue.

So it really is coming into vogue.

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