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Lisa006 Baxton

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  1. BYOH - Bring your own Home 400L/Week + 400 Prims http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212 •NEW LANDSCAPE SCENE • 9-27-2017• •19 Landscape Scenes to choose from ANYTIME•
  2. BYOH = BRING YOUR OWN HOME Empty Landscaped 1/4 Sim SkyLand 400L/wk + 400 Prims 16 Landscape Scenes in 1 unit! MultiScene! Taxi: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212
  3. • INFO • 1/4 Sim - 16,384 400L/wk + 400 Prims 10+ Landscaped Scenes in 1 Box Change Landscape anytime! Landlady: Lisa006 Baxton DEMO LOCATED IN OFFICE • Taxi • http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212 • Gallery • • DEMO • http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212
  4. Go to "About land" > click "Abandon Land" on the first tab.
  5. Open your region/estate tool (not the land tools) and go to the debug tab and return anything that is owned by this resident. You enter thier username. You can also turn scripts off in this menu window. It will turn scripts off throughout the whole region until you turn them back on. It's easier to use the region/estate menu instead of trying to find or get to the parcel the prim is on. http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Estate_Menu
  6. BYOH = BRING YOUR OWN HOME Demo Available http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212 8/29/2017 - 2 New Landscaped Scenes Added
  7. BYOH = BRING YOUR OWN HOME http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212
  8. *waves* Hello @mllop Since it's abandon land then you can put in a request to purchase it through a support ticket. Here is a link that explains how to purchase abandon land and what requirements you may have to meet in order for Linden Lab to consider selling it to you. Just remember your monthly tier may be affected to purchase this small piece of land. Good Luck.
  9. Also I think Linden Lab only intended for notecards to be used to relay messages between residents. This could be why they're not as secure as scripts.
  10. If the object/notecard is copy perms you can not hide the content. If the object/notecard is no-copy perm then the notecard content is hidden. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong but I am pretty sure this is how it works. Its better just to have a script created to keep the uuids hidden.
  11. BYOH - BRING YOUR OWN HOME 400L/Week + 400 Prims Additional Prims only 1L extra per week Stop by the office today and try the DEMO. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212 Contact Lisa006 Baxton for assistance
  12. Seeking a mesh artist for a small job that deliver .dae files and texture via email and that can do quick 24 hour turn around. Message me inworld for details. I will be more than happy to pay 1/2 of project fees upfront if portfolio is provided. Thank you, Lisa006 Baxton
  13. BYOH - BRING YOUR OWN HOME 400L/Week + 400 Prims Additional Prims only 1L extra per week Stop by the office today and try the DEMO. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Baxton Island/127/101/212 Contact Lisa006 Baxton for assistance
  14. *waves* @Silverfang Tedeschi Most Estates sets the land for sale for as low as 0L or the first week's rent (recommended), the tenant purchases the land and then have a certain amount of time to pay the rental box before the landlord reclaims the land. If the land is sold for the first week's rent then that time will manually be added to the rental box by the landlord. This way the new tenant has ownership of the land right away. If you go to "Search" in your viewer and look at the "Land Sales" tab for "Estates Sales", you will see examples of how estates have their land set for sale. If you decide to go this route, your avaliable parcels will also show up in the Land Sales tab.
  15. You will not have to pay tier that is why you pay the landlord "weekly fee" so THEY can pay linden lab tier. Some landlords even give a discount if you pay multiple weeks in advance. You are simply buying the land to have full permissions to it. Nobody really OWNS land in SL, there is always a monthly fee owed to Linden Lab. The landlord is giving you the convenience of paying it weekly to them and they pay Linden Lab the monthly tier. There is alot of estates out there, so yes do your homework. The marketplace has a section dedicated to Real Estate. Prims are pretty much what everything in second life is made out of. You can right click > EDIT any object in world and see the land impact of it in the edit window. This will tell you how many prims that object will allocate on a piece of land. So if you are shopping for a home, or a lamp, or a chair for your new land, the marketplace product page will usually tell you how prims the product takes up. Here is some more info on renting from another resident from the wiki: What a prim is wiki link http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Prim
  16. @ChinRey Estate owners that were here prior to the price increase had an impact on what Second Life has become. They created venues/rentals/shopping malls/etc to attract new comers and keep residents logging in. I am not claiming all estate owners prior to the price increase did this and yes, shopping malls/rentals were only created to turn a profit but it allowed content creators to display their products in-world and residents to have an in-world home. Residents built this world and I believe who ever came along prior to the price increase deserve to keep their grandfathered price. This is just my opinion of course.
  17. You speak of one person that you "claim" pays 40.00 a month...that doesn't speak for all the other estate owners. So why do you assume resident's venues are only successful in SL because of their reduced tier? How would you even know what they are paying??? You don't, so just let that bit go. If you feel LL is doing shady business with residents, then why do you stay and continue to pay tier? Obviously you are not happy with the way YOU THINK they do business. Yes and these residents that purchased their regions YEARS AGO deserve to be grandfathered in. You were given a chance to buy your regions down at the end of last year to have the same monthly tier as resident that purchased their regions years ago, if you did not take advantage of the promotion then that is your fault. Contact a large estate owner about renting, they will ensure you are paying lower just to get and keep your business. Even if prices were the same for everybody, you do not know what one's PERSONAL finances are like, they could continue to have their "outdated" venues and continue to pay their tier with no problem at all. These residents could have a side gig that bring in enough L's to cover their tier even if it was raised to be the same tier as newcomers. They could have a great RL that allows them to keep their regions in SL going no matter the cost. You can not assume they would shut down if prices were all the same. Also, The system does not make it hard for new places to keep doors open but when you open a region to the public for FREE then of course that is going to make things hard. Even when your traffic increase, wouldn't you still be paying tier out of pocket??? Apparently you are just mad cause you spent money on having your homestead landscaped to make it nice and pretty and nobody will come and visit cause they are too busy at the "outdated" venues. Instead of complaining about other venues and trying to figure out who pays what tier, work on your marketing skills to bring traffic into your region.
  18. There are FULL SIMS within the gay community that only cost the owner 40$ a month. For a homestead we pay almost 100$. I am not sure why you may think that some owners are paying only 40.00 a month for a FULL SIM. Linden Lab has never charged that low for a FULL SIM. Anywho...... It's called being "grandfathered" in OR they took advantage of a promotion. If these residents you speak of got their land before their landlord (if they rent from another resident) or linden lab decided to raise tier, then they were able to keep their initial rate at the time as long as they kept the land. Once they lose the land and for example, decides to come back, they will have to pay the current going rates. If they got in on a promo, the same concept usually applies. Many companies outside of Second Life practice this same concept to keep their loyal customers from leaving and finding a better deal elsewhere. This is usually how companies establish long term relationships with their customers. Many RL landlords don't increase rental rates to match the current market until the tenants lease is up or tenant is going month to month. Maybe your landlord does it differently. A lease does not exist between Linden Lab and an Estate Owner. Linden Lab just had a promo at the end of 2016 giving estate owners an option to "buy down" their regions. They were required to pay a one time fee to drop their tier down to $195/$95 a month. Keep a look out for more of these promos (they don't happen often). I am assuming you pay tier for your regions directly to Linden Lab, if not, then you will not be able to take advantage of the promos LL offer to estate owners. If you want to keep your community going without having to fund it yourselves, I would recommend starting some cheap rentals or maybe sitting out some tip jars for people to donate towards the tier, their are some generous people out there. You must always be ready for competition in Second Life. Don't let it get you down or frustrated, just try to make your region more unique and different then the rest. There's info on this page on how being "grandfathered" works and how you can now purchase a grandfathered region from another resident and retain the discounted price.
  19. How to Rent in 6 Steps 1. Teleport to main office - http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mumun/151/24/298 2. Check out the Demo and READ INFOCARD 3. Click "Teleport" on the Vendors 4. Pay GREEN Rental Box 5. Accept and Wear Group Tag 6. Pick desired scene using the Scene Changer. Switch scenes anytime during tenancy. After you rent, you are able to add guest/partner to the group and Set Home. ALL PAYMENTS ARE FINAL. Landlady: Lisa006 Baxton Baxton Estates - est 2011
  20. How to Rent in 6 Steps 1. Teleport to main office - http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Mumun/151/24/298 2. Check out the Demo and READ INFOCARD 3. Click "Teleport" on the Vendors 4. Pay GREEN Rental Box 5. Accept and Wear Group Tag 6. Pick desired scene using the Scene Changer. Switch scenes anytime during tenancy. After you rent, you are able to add guest/partner to the group and Set Home. ALL PAYMENTS ARE FINAL. Landlady: Lisa006 Baxton Baxton Estates - est 2011
  21. @MAMAbabe Magic I don't think the owner is active in world as much as they use to be and Andy clearly states in his profile that he no longer runs hippo since 2010 so that ones a given....I still have 200 hippo boxes set up with my units and the rest set up with a different system. I haven't had any problems with the hippo boxes at all so I have never had to seek help. There are still quite a bit of landlords that use hippo because it still does what it's intended to do, and does it very well imo.....If you are wanting an active support creator/group, you should find a new rental system. Read mp reviews and try demos even message the creators to see if thier customer service is reliable.
  22. *waves* Hello @DorianDiaz Resident It basically means the estate owner that owns the regions you speak of pays monthly tier to LL to own the region and have full rights to it to do as they please. In this case they choose to rent out pieces of the land to other residents in hopes to turn a profit. These estate owners do not operate on mainland which is owned by Linden Lab in which case you would need to be a premium member in order to purchase land. There is no land in second life that can be purchased and owned off one payment, all lands still owe monthly tier to linden lab. I posted this link in a previous post but here it is again, it explains the whole renting from other residents concept and how it works. It may help you understand the terminology used in rental ads better. Hope it helps.
  23. *waves* @EllieAnne Silverfall It sounds like you are renting on a private estate. The only point to purchasing the land is to gain full rights to the land, you will continue to pay a rental box. Once your time is up, if you decide to move on, the landlord will reclaim the land on their own and put it back on the market. You can also abandon it yourself thru the land settings and it will automatically go back to the estate owners name. The premium 512 sqm perk is only for mainland purchase and has nothing to do with the land you are renting on the private estate. Here is a link to some more info about renting land from other residents that may help you understand better. Congrats on your new land!
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