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you have no right on more land, you only get 512 sqm free of tier fee, and if you don't want a Linden Home, you will have to pay to aquire that own land. It is sold by other residents, or you buy it in a auction from LL.

 

It's often a bit confusing, because it's not real free land, but the tier fee is included in your membership.

If you are no premium, you can not own land at the mainland at all.

 

 

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you have no right on more land, you only get 512 sqm free of tier fee, and if you don't want a Linden Home, you will have to pay to aquire that own land. It is sold by other residents, or you buy it in a auction from LL.

 

It's often a bit confusing, because it's not real free land, but the tier fee is included in your membership.

If you are no premium, you can not own land at the mainland at all.

 

 

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As a Premium member, you get a waiver for the land fees on a 512 sq m parcel on the Mainland.  You may use it in either of two ways:

1.  You may buy a 512 sq m parcel on the Mainland from some other SL resident (or buy it at auction from Linden Lab).  If you do that, you pay the purchase price of the land itself and you pay for anything that you build on the land, but your waiver pays the entire cost of monthly land fees. The big advantage is that you can build anything you like on the parcel.  You own the whole thing.

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2. You may rent a Linden Home from Linden Lab.  A Linden Home comes on its own 512 sq m parcel.  You are renting the home, not buying it, and the rent is free.  Your land fee waiver covers the full cost of monthly land fees.  As a renter, you have some restrictions that are spelled out in the covenant, but the big advantage is that the house doesn't count against the Land Impact allowance for the parcel

 

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