If you’ve ever wondered if the address of your house, condo, or apartment could affect your home’s energy, you’re not alone. Many people have thought about the possibilities of numerology. It turns out that the numbers in your address mean something, and they are surprising, to say the least.
House numbers have important meanings that can predict and influence many aspects of your life. Things like how you live in a certain space, or how social activities take place in your home.
If you are looking for your first home, thinking of a new move, or if you are curious about an old residence, looking at the energy of a house and the numerological meanings can be fascinating. Those who move into a new home can find the atmosphere that suits them best.
To assess the meaning of your house number, you need to consider the address itself. If you live in a place that has a complex unit or number, you would use those numbers to find your meaning. For houses with street numbers, those are the ones you would use.
When a building, in particular homes, are built, a number is assigned to them. This assigned number is its birth or vibration number. This energy continues to flow through the structure throughout its lifetime. To find your sense of numerology at home, you must first reduce your address to a single digit. Just add the numbers to your address until you have one.
Apt 345 = (3 + 4 + 5) = 12 = 1 + 2 = 3.
Home address 2129 Green Valley = (2 + 1 + 2 + 9) = 14 = 1 + 4 = 5.
Letters also have a numerical value in numerology. So, you live in apartment 15A, you have to take the numerical value of the letter A (see below) and add it to the apartment number.
In this example: 15A = 1 + 5 + (A = 1) = 7
1 = A, J, S
2 = B, K, T
3 = C, L, U
4 = D, M, V
5 = E, N, W
6 = F, O, X
7 = G, P, Y
8 = H, Q, Z
9 = I, R
When you have found the vibration number for your home, you can then analyze the numerological meaning of your address. Here are some key points of the vibration numbers 1 to 9:
House number 1:
House number 1 is a place to establish independence. Everything revolves around “# 1” and its energy promotes innovation, individuality, ambition, dynamism, and leadership. The personality of this house promotes self-employment or an active career.
People living in this house will be encouraged to maintain their independence, autonomy, and personal freedom. Living here can teach you lessons about self-confidence, courage, determination, and failure.
Glitches and potential challenges: If you are looking for a “soft and fuzzy” family environment, this is not the place for you. House number 1 promotes and emphasizes independence, excluding the mutual concessions required for a successful partnership.
If your priority at this time in your life is to find a long-term intimate partner, you will find it difficult to connect and maintain a reciprocal relationship. If you are a lonely person, this house may have too much “me/self” energy and may be a place where you spend time alone.
If your house adds up to 19, which is a karmic number, the tendency could be that you feel unsupported and overworked.
Upsides: the ideal place for an active and outward-looking lifestyle. Perfect for finding success and establishing your sense of independence, individuality, and success.
Downsides: this house is “everything about you” to the exclusion of others. “One” can be the most lonely number.
House number 2:
House number 2 is a place dedicated to love, family, and partnership. It is about inclusion, support, and creating a loving and safe environment. Its energy promotes romantic relationships, devotion to the group as a whole, and is a harmonious place to live.
The personality of this house supports people who want to co-create a life together, couples, couples with children, or best friends. People living in this home will be encouraged to be diplomatic and consider each other’s needs. Living here can teach you lessons about love, relationships, peace, harmony, and emotions.
Glitches and potential challenges: if you’re looking for a launching pad that will encourage you to dynamically present yourself to the world, this is not the place for you. House number 2 promotes and emphasizes the relationship to the exclusion of independence and individuality. If at this point in your life, your priority is to get moving with your career or leaving a codependent relationship, you will find that putting yourself first will be a challenge.
You might find that you are extremely sensitive emotionally in this house and that you find yourself mixed up with those who live with you. You may start to feel an emotional need. If you live here alone, you may feel depressed about not sharing your life in partnership with another person.
Upsides: Great place to create your nest. Perfect for creating and establishing romantic relationships and is an excellent home for raising a family. It is a comfortable and stimulating environment for everyone.
Downsides: This home can make you want to stay home and away from the “fray” to the point where you start living in your own little world. You can immerse yourself in the emotional life of those with whom you live in the house.
House number 3:
House number 3 is a place full of joy and laughter and has optimistic and optimistic energy. It’s about communication, emotional expression, and creativity. Its energy promotes socialization, inspiring and uplifting conversations, and artistic expression.
The personality of this house supports people who want to start a family, engage in innovation and creativity, anyone who wants to live their life fully and joyfully feels good in this house. People living in this house will be encouraged to be emotionally sensitive and to tap into their creative expression. Living here can teach you lessons about communication, emotions, joy, and expression.
Glitches and potential challenges: if you’re looking for a lonely retirement, this isn’t the place for you. House number 3 promotes and emphasizes social commitment and joyful expression to the exclusion of an expression of a more “serious” life. If at this point in your life, your priority is to have time “alone” unplugged, you will find it difficult.
The energy of this house is lively, but it can lend itself to occupants who are scattered and unable to carry out things (commitments, projects, this kind of thing). You may also find that money slips through your hands when you live here. Since the energy of number 3 is entirely focused on creativity and emotions, you might tend to experience greater emotional ups and downs in this home, not to mention episodes of self-doubt.
Upsides: An ideal place to develop your creativity and your communication skills. Perfect for organizing parties and meetings with fascinating people. It is a comfortable and inspiring environment for everyone.
Downsides: This house can be a place where you have money problems. You may feel scattered and have trouble concentrating and keeping up with the things in your life. If you are not willing to express your creativity and live with joy, you may suffer from depression and succumb to cynicism.
House number 4:
House number 4 is a place to establish security and stability. It all depends on the slow and stable processes that produce security. Its energy promotes hard work, systems development, and implementation, organization, loyalty, and protection.
The personality of this house promotes the growth of a business, a family, or solid investments. People living in this house will be encouraged to maintain conservative actions, diligent endurance, and ingrained practical activities. Living here can teach you lessons about service, goal setting, honesty, and safety.
Glitches and potential challenges: if you are looking for a fluid environment, this is not the place for you. House number 4 promotes and focuses on security, excluding lighter, more creative, or more fanciful efforts. If your priority at this time of your life is to bring out your amorous and freedom-seeking nature, you will find the energy of house number 4 difficult.
This house supports hard work and concerted efforts. It has a more “serious” vibe and feels very stable, organized, and well managed. This house is very “earthy” and has a nice garden and also goes well with the living plants inside the house.
You could find yourself becoming a “job martyr” or getting too bogged down on your to-do list (just say no to micromanaging!), especially if you live in a house of 13 people, which is a karmic number. It is important to make every effort to reconcile work and play and practicality and emotions.
Upsides: A great place for you if you need to establish a sense of stability and security in your life. Perfect for a slow and steady process designed to stand the test of time. Also conducive to research and the study of knowledge.
Downsides: This house may seem “heavy” and supports continuous work and the achievement of objectives. If you do not make a concerted effort to take some time and relax, the energy of this house can be oppressive. The energy here is all about discipline, structure, and order.
House number 5:
House number 5 is a place to party and have fun! It’s all about fun, daring, adventure, and progressive ideas. Its energy promotes versatility, flexibility, the pleasure of all that is social and freedom. The personality of this house supports the development of your sense of freedom through self-discipline, it is the constructive use of freedom.
People living in this house will be encouraged to live their lives to the fullest, to tackle problems with fearless abandonment and to make lemonade out of lemons. Living here can teach you lessons about acceptance, targeted use of freedom, dynamic change, and dealing with your fears.
Glitches and potential challenges: if you are looking for a solid and stable environment, this is not the place for you. House number 5 promotes and focuses on freedom and pleasure, excluding more serious or more conservative efforts. If your priority at this point in your life is to get serious and build a solid future, you will find house number 5 energy difficult and counterproductive.
This home supports variety and change, so it might not serve as your permanent home unless you want an ever-changing lifestyle. 5 is the number of excess, so you might find that you (and your guests) get too involved in food, sex, alcohol, drugs. Any excessive behavior is amplified under this vibration.
You could find yourself succumbing to addictions (if you’re subject to them) or becoming fearful to the point of isolating yourself, especially if you live in a 14-year-old house, which is a karmic number. It is important to implement a healthy and light routine and targeted self-discipline, otherwise, the energy of house number 5 can easily be unleashed.
Upsides: Great place for you to want fun and energy in your life. This is a great house to tap into your versatility, meet and connect with interesting and off the beaten bath people, and just live big!
Downsides: The energy in this house can move very quickly, which can give the impression that you are sometimes unbalanced. It is intense energy of pleasure, sensual pleasures, and constant activities. If you have children in house number 5, they will likely participate in a set of extracurricular activities. Just make sure you don’t get carried away with all the impulsive energy in this house.
House number 6:
House number 6 is a place of beauty and care. It is about home and family and its energy fosters loving service, warmth, compassion, and is a great home for the kids. The personality of this house allows you to run a business and raise a family.
The people living in this house will feel fed and cared for but you have to be careful not to give yourself too much to the point of feeling exhausted. The energy of 6 also has perfectionist tendencies, so be aware that you will have to loosen the reins of your need for control.
It is a perfect home for your service-oriented business, especially something in the area of massage, energy work, counseling, interior design, everything that has to do with feeling better is in harmony with the energy of 6. Living here can teach you lessons in service, trusting your visionary ideas, love, and acceptance.
Glitches and Potential Challenges: If you’re looking for a “no responsibility for me” environment, this isn’t the place for you. House number 6 favors and focuses on service to the exclusion of more independent or individual efforts. This house supports the value of the house and the family.
6 is the “domestic” number and this house is your castle. It feeds everyone who enters the premises. I can almost smell the baking of homemade cookies! Make sure and take the time to invite other people into your world. House 6 can become your own little perfection complex, so make sure you don’t overlook the world around you.
Upsides: This house is a stimulating and beautiful environment for families and for people who want to live in a house that looks like home. It’s the place to feed and be fed, it’s really a sanctuary. Children and animals thrive here and it is a house of taste and generally has an artistic and creative flair.
Downsides: Since “responsibility” is the cornerstone of the energy of the 6, you might feel mired in responsibility in this house. The trick is to balance personal care with loving care and service to others. You might also feel like you just want to hang out in your little cocoon and not venture out and engage with the world. Do not cut yourself off from your commitment to experiences and people outside your family circle.
House number 7:
House number 7 is a place of introspection and contemplation. It’s about spiritual research, taking isolated time for yourself, turning on your intuition, and refining your data-driven ideas. Its energy promotes tranquility, soul searching, knowledge gathering, and spirituality. The personality of this house helps develop your sense of truth.
It is a place where you can really take the time to get to know yourself in a deep and deep way. People living in this home will be encouraged to trust themselves and others, to take the time to be alone, and to learn more about anything that specifically interests you. Living here can teach you lessons about trust, your own spiritual beliefs, how to develop and listen to your intuition and discover the “real you.”
Glitches and Potential Challenges: If you are looking for an environment that is set up to move you forward in a practical way in the material world, this is not the place for you. House number 7 promotes and focuses on your “internal journey”, excluding more practical and material efforts.
If at this point in your life, your priority is to grow your cash flow and stand out in a high-energy career, you will find the energy of house number 7 difficult. This house promotes contemplation and intellectual activities, so if you are in a relationship or a marriage, you will have to make a special effort to connect and communicate clearly with your partner. Otherwise, the energy of 7 is much more internally focused and self-directed, so you can confuse people when they feel you’re perhaps a bit aloof or stand-offish.
You might be tempted to get away from addiction or live a lot “in your head” to the point of feeling intellectually superior to others, especially if you live in a 16-year-old house, which is a karmic number. It is important to bring you back to earth to operate successfully in the world.
Upsides: This is a perfect home for a writer, scientist, teacher – anyone working to become an expert in a specialty area will benefit from the intense energies associated with the stubbornness of number 7. This home is a refuge and feels private. You can get a miraculous glimpse when you live in the energy of a 7 home. To promote a feeling of tranquility rather than a feeling of isolation.
Downsides: You may tend to feel alone in this house. If you enjoy a dynamic social life, this house will not please you. Since number 7 also likes to escape, it is not the best choice if you have drug or alcohol problems.
House number 8:
House number 8 is a place of power and prestige. It is a matter of financial abundance and its energy promotes financial gain (and loss), control, authority, and success. The personality of this house helps you move forward in the material world.
People living in this home will tend to think of money and success as a top priority, so it is essential that you maintain a healthy sense of loving communication with family members or they will feel overlooked or find themselves in the second position on the totem.
The energy of 8 is a matter of money control, but it is the highest form of giving back to others and doing business with the greatest integrity. This home is often a “centerpiece,” so be careful that it represents your values and does not become an empty “show house”. Living here can teach you lessons about personal power, endurance, management, and organization.
Glitches and potential challenges: if you are looking for a relaxed and discreet environment, this is not the place for you. House number 8 promotes and focuses on financial success and authority in the material world. If your priority at this time of your life is to contemplate the most spiritual or intangible side of yourself, you will find the energy of 8 difficult.
This home supports abundance in all areas of your life. 8 is the “silver” number and this house is central. This house usually has a certain degree of elegance or “reserve” about it. The energy of 8 is a matter of appearance, but make sure there is a heart in the house or that it will seem superficial to you.
Upsides: If you want a supportive environment to advance your interests in the areas of money and success, this is the perfect environment to do so. This house usually gives the impression that there is a lot going on behind the scenes. Perfect for impressing associates and it’s also a great place to run a business if it’s a home-based business.
Downsides: number 8 is a question of money and abundance, but it is also an energy that takes risks and generally attracts losses as well as gains. You should understand that resilience is part of the package. You might find that you tend to become a “hoarder” in this house, always getting more “stuff”.
If you constantly improve the house for “show” purposes, it can become a financial drain. The people who live here can become workaholics. Make sure you balance work and play. Also, understand that the energy challenge of 8 is the opposite of power and abundance, therefore an 8 house could be a place that is not particularly opulent. However, even if it is an “ordinary” house, it generally exudes a feeling of pride and refinement.
House number 9:
House number 9 is a place of humanitarianism. These are charitable donations and his energy fosters creativity, spirituality, altruism, and forgiveness. The personality of this house helps you change the world to make it a better place.
People living in this house will tend to want to give back to the world in a substantial way. The energy of 9 is to let go so it’s a place where you can heal yourself and others. This house welcomes everyone and the people who live there often are (or become) spiritually evolved. Living here can teach you lessons about sound advice, universal truth, charitable giving, and letting go of the past.
Glitches and potential challenges: If you’re looking for a place where your focus is more self-absorbed, this isn’t the place for you. House number 9 promotes and emphasizes love, compassion, and acceptance of everyone.
If your priority at this time of your life is to move forward in the world on your own terms, you will find the energy of home 9 difficult. Your intuition will become very developed here. It is likely that you will find yourself contacted by people who seek your advice. People are attracted to your home because of the loving and generous energy.
Number 9 is an “international” number, so you may find yourself traveling frequently or hosting visitors from other parts of the world. It is also a refuge to heal past wounds, you can count on opportunities to forgive yourself and others for past indiscretions. The expression of feelings and creativity of all kinds is a must.
Upsides: this is a wonderful house to support you if you are on a humanitarian mission in life. It can be anything you strongly think of sharing and giving to the world, as a teacher, artist, consultant, businessman, musician, philanthropist. It is a magnetic home that supports spiritual growth.
Downsides: this house is good for people who are ready and willing to tap into their compassion, spirituality, and gifts. Sometimes this house can be a house where a “loss” occurs. 9 is the energy of completion, letting go, and transformation. It is a place where you will experience personal and spiritual evolution and it is not always easy.