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The trick for the land owner is to borrow prims from other areas on the same sim, then rent the double-prim parcel at a higher price.

Please see this discussion in the archive forum for more details.

http://forums-archive.secondlife.com/327/ea/172304/1.html

If you are looking for such a parcel, see the classified, the advertisements here in the land forum, you can also do a search on the marketplace. 

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Parcels-for-Rent-Estate/bd-p/ParcelsforRentEstate

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Parcels-for-Sale-Estate/bd-p/ParcelsForSaleEstate

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The trick for the land owner is to borrow prims from other areas on the same sim, then rent the double-prim parcel at a higher price.

Please see this discussion in the archive forum for more details.

http://forums-archive.secondlife.com/327/ea/172304/1.html

If you are looking for such a parcel, see the classified, the advertisements here in the land forum, you can also do a search on the marketplace. 

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Parcels-for-Rent-Estate/bd-p/ParcelsforRentEstate

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Parcels-for-Sale-Estate/bd-p/ParcelsForSaleEstate

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It's either what valerie said, or you might be encountering prim objects that have been switched to mesh accounting (by setting the whole linkset to convex hull in the Features tab).

The Land Impact of the object will depend oh how it's made, but if it's primarily made up of simple oblongs it should certainly come in at around half the prim count.    I've saved lots of prims by switching walls and walkways, and so on, to mesh accounting.

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