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Future Levels Strategy [Need Advice!]

An idea - keep your house farm until the end of this current event, the start decorating.

I know some of my neighbors keep their house farm in one of the corners of their SF then decorate the landing zone and the rest of their town. Since lots of people tend to tap stuff close to the landing zone, it keeps the majority of your town looking awesome!

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  • Upper90Ninja
    115 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    An idea - keep your house farm until the end of this current event, the start decorating.

    I know some of my neighbors keep their house farm in one of the corners of their SF then decorate the landing zone and the rest of their town. Since lots of people tend to tap stuff close to the landing zone, it keeps the majority of your town looking awesome!
    I might do the corner thing, but maybe make it look nicer or something.
    Thanks!
  • nissa762
    1950 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    I kept my house farm until I was comfortable that I could maintain a few million in the bank and replenish with a fairly short amount of time. For me this happened when I stopped purchasing land (still have two strips unpurchased) and got fairly high in levels i.e. enough buildings and characters to keep cash flow going. I would guess this happened somewhere around level 40ish game play wise. One thing that really helped is I purposely stayed 4 game play levels behind my XP level so that I could purchase new buildings/characters at the base price.

    EDIT: note that staying behind game play levels only applies for the top 5 levels or so IIRC. All other levels have the buildings at their base price. tstoaddicts.com has a guide up on the real estate pricing I followed.

    EDIT again: Just realized another detail. This strategy I used is to conserve cash, but you may want to consider that it will delay when you can start donut/XP farming strategies. In case you haven't come across the info, you get a bonus level up once you reach the top level (earns 3 donuts each time you max out on XP before a new level comes out), however you do need a cash reserve to do this.
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  • Upper90Ninja
    115 posts Member
    edited March 2015
    nissa762 wrote:
    I kept my house farm until I was comfortable that I could maintain a few million in the bank and replenish with a fairly short amount of time. For me this happened when I stopped purchasing land (still have two strips unpurchased) and got fairly high in levels i.e. enough buildings and characters to keep cash flow going. I would guess this happened somewhere around level 40ish game play wise. One thing that really helped is I purposely stayed 4 game play levels behind my XP level so that I could purchase new buildings/characters at the base price.

    EDIT: note that staying behind game play levels only applies for the top 5 levels or so IIRC. All other levels have the buildings at their base price. tstoaddicts.com has a guide up on the real estate pricing I followed.

    EDIT again: Just realized another detail. This strategy I used is to conserve cash, but you may want to consider that it will delay when you can start donut/XP farming strategies. In case you haven't come across the info, you get a bonus level up once you reach the top level (earns 3 donuts each time you max out on XP before a new level comes out), however you do need a cash reserve to do this.
    Thanks a lot !
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