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As soon as my husband and I signed the papers for our new home, we were given more unsolicited advice about moving than when we told people we were having a baby. There’s something about moving – either buying or selling a home – that brings out the superstition in people. My mom would not let us step foot into the home without first putting a pinch of salt in all of the corners of every room. She said this kept away bad luck and only invited in the good. While she was doing this, my grandma was busy burying onion halves on each side of my door to keep out ‘bad news.’ Because bad luck apparently hates salt and onions! Good to know! The whole process got me thinking about the things people to do ensure that they can either sell their home quickly and effortlessly or move into a home with a new “worry free” start. I asked around and got some of the best, and most quirky, tips ever. Hopefully if you’re trying to sell a home, or if you’re buying a new one, these old wives tales I’ve collected can help you. Feng Shui Tips to Sell Put fresh yellow flowers in the living room, hall or dining room.Turn a light on each empty room for at least 3 hours a day. Hang a small brass bell on a red ribbon outside the front door. In the south and southwest areas of the home, place yellow…