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1 hour ago, HarisuTiramisu said:

I am thinking of starting a rental sky home agency. Do you need to be a premium member and be the estate owner in order to lease skyboxes?

You can rent out at private estates without being premium. IF your landlord allows. Or when you own a region from LL (if your landlord isn't LL you actually rent).

When you want to own land on mainland, you have to be premium. and in that case you can rent out without asking somebody else, of course your land has to be large enough to support your rentals. And keep enough resources available for your neighbours (for example scripts and visitors)
If you aren't premium and rent mainland, it gets complicated :) ... but also only possible when your landlord allows.

In all scenarios : You and you only are responsible for paying tiers, rent and maintenace fees. How your renters pay isn't a concern for your landlords, being rental company or LL.

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@HarisuTiramisu, welcome to SL and the Forums!

If you have not owned or rented land before, I strongly recommend that you start small, and get some experience with land before becoming a landlord.  You can:

  • Lease a parcel on a private estate, or
  • Rent a parcel on the Mainland, or
  • Go Premium and either get a Linden Home or buy a Mainland parcel.

Learn your way around the About Land window.  If you're on an estate, read the Covenant.  Learn how to terraform (reshape the land).  Learn about access permissions, the Objects tab, and teleport routing.  Learn about Mainland tier, and how it is charged.

When you are a landlord, you are responsible for managing the land.  This means that you need to know how to respond to griefers and troublemakers.  You need to also know how to keep tenants happy, and deal with the occasional problem tenant. 

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