Translated from here.
There is family property to inherit. But, although there is prosperity at first and property is thriving, when middle-aged/old the native comes across 蕩然無存 dàngránwúcún = all gone, obliterate completely, with nothing left. Should real estate and property last, the person has to buy his or her own.
Tai Yang in the Property palace in Yin [Mao, Chen, Si, Wu and Wei]: Throughout his or her life the individual has property and real estate. In Shen: The native may get hold of property by him- or herself. There isn't real estate to inherit. In You, Xu, Hai, Zi and Chou: At the end of his or her life the person is unlikely to have property and real estate.
Tai Yang # Lu: First the person settles down and gets married, afterwards he or she can attain property. To earn money, first the individual has to buy a house. Tai Yang # Lu are fond of sharing palace with Tai Yin.
Tai Yang # Quan: The native appreciates having visitors and guests.
Tai Yang # Ji: For a man there is hard work. The person should pay attention to the house's lighting.
Tai Yang and Tai Yin: There are numerous properties.
Tai Yang and Ju Men: First the individual lacks property, afterwards he or she gets hold of real estate and property. In Yin: Property thrives. In Shen: The native has to rely on his or her own strength and abilities to get hold of property.
Tai Yang and Tian Liang: In Mao: Apart from inheriting property the person is even more capable of getting hold of real estate by him- or herself. In You: Real estate and property is average and common.