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So I'm trying to purchase a parcel of land that I've found. It's very weird but I'm wondering if there is a server or region issue at the moment. When I click on the land and select "buy", it says that everythings good re: tier, L$ etc, I click on the purchase button - then it double checks that I want to pay the amount to the owner of the land, I confirm that I do... and... nothing. No money is taken from me, no kerching sound, no purchased land, nothing. It on the " Second Life RC LeTigre" server. Tried it on SL Viewer and Firestorm just in case that made a difference. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! EDIT - It must have been a region issue, that's all I can think of - it's resolved itself now and I own the parcel.
Have been looking for a parcel to buy with my husband and we found precisely one area fitting half of our requirements and we looked for hours on the map (that is not long - I know, but asking for recs as maybe someone knows anything). We want to do a modern fantasy themed small street but could be urban or just houses or ... just anything at this point. We are looking for: 1) Two parcels next to each other and preferably 512 to 1204 but we could take on a 2048 one as well. 2) Modern area where people did not abandon it - themed sims where there is a mock-town design seem to be gone (old Topgol, anyone?) so would do with anywhere that neighbours use mesh for architecture and houses have a small bit in common but would settle for just mesh as we seen places that seemed to exist in 2005. 3) Land price is not inflated so up to 10k Ls for the deeds - preferably up to 5k individually and 10k all together. 4) Prims seem to have been more or less standarised so would go with defaults by Lindens as we have a house on private land and just looked for mainland parcels. 5) Yes, looked at Horizons and Bay City - one parcel at 8k but it was next to some particly, glowy, toxic mushroom thing (as in no division between those). Would be grateful for any possible leads. Thanks!