on 06-08-2012 09:32 AM
This is a very large topic, so there is a lot to learn. Basically, you need two things: (1) a house and (2) and place to put it. It is wise to get them in reverse order, just as in RL >>> land first. Start reading here to understand some things about buying or renting land >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowled
Prices vary, depending on the size of the land parcel that you buy or rent. You will want to study the Knowledge Base article that I mentioned earlier to get a feel for the factors that are involved.
Linden Lab has made much of this very easy for beginners in SL. If you have a Premium membership, you are entitled to a Linden Home, which is provided on a 512 sq m parcel. Read about Linden Homes here >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowled
on 06-08-2012 09:24 AM
I want to have my own place but forum or other places information are not so clear.
How can i do that? What steps? How much it cost?
No two-fers here
There are several ways to own your own place. First is to become a premium member; the perks are great and you get a 512sqm parcel with a home and 117 prims allotted. The other benefits are pretty cool too, but outside the scope of what you ask.
If you chose to not be a premium member then you may rent or buy a parcel. You can rent mainland but not purchase. Mainland is LL domain and they sell to premium members which in turn can be rented to non-premium.
The price varies on size and location (and some greed.) Use the in-world search (rental) to get an idea of what is out there.
on 06-08-2012 06:30 PM
I teach a class on the basics of buying and renting land on Friday nights, 5 pm SL time, at Caledon Oxbridge University. It's free to attend.
Read my blog! Across the Grid With Lindal Kidd
02-26-2013 01:40 AM - edited 02-26-2013 01:43 AM
I'm not sure if you want to rent to own (it may not even make that much sense for you), but this is a good article about deciding what to budget for a place. It talks about a lot of rent to own topics, but really it crosses over to a lot of things you need to think about before getting a place (renting or buying) http://www.homestarsearch.com/rent-to-own-introduc