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As a premium member how much land can I own or rent?


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You can own as much land as you can afford to pay for.  

You must purchase mainland.  Just like RL, the cost will vary widely depending on it's location and with the highest prices being on water you can boat or sail on, like the Blake Sea.

The first 512sqm of mainland you own will not be charged tier.  Anything you own over and above 512sqm will require a monthly tier fee.  If you own a Linden home, that counts as 512sqm.  Abandon the home if you only want the land you buy.

If you form a group and buy the land for the group, you can own 10% more tier free as a bonus.  Many people do this, by creating a group and an alt then adding the alt as a co-owner of the group.   Never make anyone else the co-owner of your group unless they are also adding an equal amount of land to the group because if something goes wrong you can't kick another owner out of the group.  Read more about groups and how to do this here: Creating and managing groups

You can look in Search under the land tab, on your map and be sure Land for Sale is checked, or in the regular Forum under land, to find what's for sale.

You can also bid on land that is being auctioned off by LL, although this land tends to be choicer parcels and therefore higher cost.

Note that 'buying' land on a private estate is really renting it from the estate owner.  You don't get any discount on it because you are a premium member.  You only receive a discount on mainland.

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It doesn't make any difference whether you are a premium member or a basic member.  There's no limit on th amount of land you can own, as long as you pay for it and keep up the monthly land fee payments. The only difference at all is that basic members cannot own land on the Mainland continent, but that's not much of a restriction.  There's more land in private estates anyway, and any resident may rent land anywhere.  When it comes down it it, renting can make more sense than owning too.  You don't have to pay for the initial purchase of the land and you are free to move whenever you feel like it.

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