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Between quest buildings and a level or more ahead

Personally, I would like the building as soon as it comes out. In game cash is easy to come by, so I spend it when I get it. If you save $100k, then it's only a days extra income. Not worth the wait :D

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  • Amazin2u
    215 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    I would buy the building and simply set it off to the side until you find that perfect spot for it. Purchased the Penitentiary a while back and still haven't found the spot for it, so it sits on a plot of land I got just for that purpose.
  • Chibihalo
    376 posts
    edited January 2013
    wattsca wrote:
    Personally, I would like the building as soon as it comes out. In game cash is easy to come by, so I spend it when I get it. If you save $100k, then it's only a days extra income. Not worth the wait :D

    While that may be so, I find it easier to recover from buying a plot of land than a building going for over one hundred grand. It doesn't look as though with the last updates that brought us a new level the level 23 stuff, from what the walkthrough thread was showing, dropped much. I actually saved money when I waited to get Nelson's house because at the time the friends bonuses weren't working at all. When level 23 came out the price dropped and I saved around twenty grand. Then the Christmas stuff came out and while I was plodding along with Christmas stuff and doing Nelson on the side I transitioned into the Krabapple quests. This was right before someone had found out that visiting your friends with Soringfield signs first gained you bugger bonuses and I didn't have enough friends to make a quicker recovery from buying anything. Instead of buying a nice low priced piece of land, recovering the price for that, and then placing the apartments I went and built the apartments and goofed up part of my plans with the Christmas buildings. It's not a bad goof because the Try-N-Save looks okay on the other side of the parking lot I have for my Mapple Store. The thing is if I don't need the Post Office right away then I'd like to wait and see if I can save some money on it so I don't have things hit the money stack too much when the Channel Six quests show up later today or tomorrow.

    I just wonder how many people decided to wait and see if the price of a building dropped with the next level updates when their quests for it and the next level update happen just days apart, when we're given a clearcut date, and did other things like buying land, fixing up a section of their town, or adding to something they're doing to make their town unique.
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