Fear not — a lack of planets in your House of Partnership does not mean that you will never find a husband or wife. Many beginners commonly assume that an untenanted house has no action in it. But let’s look at it logically: We all have 12 houses, and only 10 planets. Even if all your planets were evenly distributed throughout your chart, they couldn’t inhabit each and every house.
When a planet is in a house, the planet expresses itself in the corresponding area of the person’s life that the house represents. For example, if your Sun is in the Third, you will need to write, teach, chat, barter — anything having to do with the transfer of information and goods. Regardless of the style of your Sun’s expression (its sign), you will not be satisfied unless you communicate.
If you have a planet in the Seventh, you will have to meet that planet’s corresponding need in a relationship (romantic, business, open enemy, and so on). In other words, you are dependent on another to fulfill that planet’s impulse. So, if you have no planets in the Seventh, it simply means that being in a partnership is not essential to the expression of your planets.
However, there is still much information to be gained from an empty house. You need to look at the planetary ruler of the sign on your Seventh House cusp. In what sign and house does this planet reside? What aspects does the Seventh House ruler make to other planets? What planets aspect your Ascendant/Descendant?