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  1. Los Santos Auction House - Residential https://i.imgur.com/N6M9Pkm.png Property Type: Residential Address: L'Cavalieri Apartments, West Blvd, Los Santos. Description: For sale is a fantastic renovated Hotel/Apartment Complex. Great investment, perfect for business. We had the intention to rent out each apartment for a monthly fee, but due to lack of time - it is up for sale. Property consists of two floors. *First floor holds the entrance lobby, joined office with a few desks, chairs, a cafeteria for your employees and the main management office as a separate room. Main lobby has a waiting room, elevator, and a staircase to the second floor. From the office side of things there is a separate entrance to a Storage/Vault room aswell. All of the offices are locked with keycard activated doors. Also separated by keycard activated doors are four apartments and a bar area. The bar area has a few flat-screen TV's, entrance to the indoor pool. Three of the four apartments are completely renovated. One of them has a nice view of West Boulevard and Downtown Los Santos, has a secret storage room with a vault door protected by a Keycard. Also has a balcony access. There is an elevator leading to an underground garage and a staircase leading to the second floor. *Garage- Garage consists of 9 (Yes, nine) gate operated garages, Staff parking space just next to the entrance, a separate visitor indoor parking, and a designated motorcycle parking area. *Second floor- Second floor holds Six apartments. Every single one of them is renovated. **Property has a gated entrance from the outside to the garage area, two lots of outside parking. It has great business potential with various plans to be executed. If the new owner wants any help or my input for the business plan - I am more than happy to assist you since I had quite a few ideas for this exact property. **Property has loads of potential. Within renovations you can build up additional floors that would hold more apartments. **All of the property is fully secured with state-of-the-art CCTVs, locks, etc. **Property viewings available uppon contacting the property owner via E-Mail or Phone. Please understand that I might not always be available around town. ***IC OR OOC COMMENTS WOULD BE DISABLED IF POSTED WITHOUT A VALID BID*** Exterior Images: Interior Images: Starting Bid: 1'250'000 Minimum Increase: 5'000 Buyout: 2'000'000 Auction ends: 25/01/19 Contact Information: E-Mail:[email protected] Phone Number:596396
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  3. Los Santos Auction House - Business Property Type: Business Address: Elite Corporation HQ, White Street, Los Santos. Description: Today on auction we have an astonishing business property. Located in the heart of Los Santos, just next to Club X on White Street, this huge building is up for grabs. Outside features: Property holds: -Huge building with custom designed interior, all kept to a modern standart. -Roof Access with integrated Helipad. -Customer and Client parking just outside the main entrance. Interior features: First Floor: -Main lobby area with a Stand desk, alongside a mini-bar area for refreshments. -Open type design, surrounded by glass, giving a sneak peek on what's happening behind the scenes. -Main hall leading to the staircase, or the elevator. -Two medium sized offices, one is completely furnished. -Meeting room for all of your business talk needs. Second floor features: -Roof access, with integrated Helipad. -Elevator leading to the Underground garage. -Two main offices, fully furnished, both having a top-down view to the first floor and/or second floor hall. -Fully furnished modern apartment with Two bedrooms (One En-Suite), Bathroom, open design kitchen joined with the living room and a nice view through out the window. -One big office, could be used to your personal liking. Garage features: -Two-story design with an elevator sistem for your vehicles. -Showroom-type design on your second floor. -Various storage units throughout the interior, including shelving units, and safes. -Small lounge area with a top-down view to the first floor of the garage, including furniture. -Big amount of parking and storage space. -Ground floor in the garage consists of numerous vehicle lifts if you ever need to work on your vehicles. -Elevator to the second floor. -Entrance to the main underground garage is gate-protected. -Separate Generator room. Overall features: -The property includes all of your High-Tech anti-theft alarm systems, Fire prevention systems. -Property is fully secured with High-Tech CCTV's all around. -Separate Generator room in order to provide electricity for the building if a natural disaster occurs. There are numerous bits and bobs I might have, and definitely did forget about the property. For further questions please contact me personally on my phone 596396 or my E-Mail [email protected] ((Forum PM)) ((Interior is fully modular. 90% of the furniture is movable, so design can vary on prefferance.)) **IC AND OOC COMMENTS DISABLED** - Exterior Images: Interior Images: Starting Bid: $750'000 Minimum Increase: $3'000 Buyout: $1'250'000 Auction ends: 19/11/2018 Contact Information: Phone Number:596396 E-Mail:[email protected]
  4. On top of that add the factor of door strenght. Because you can literally go to either house and see "door kicked in, door kicked in, door shouldered in" and give some realism. Not all doors are definitely that weak to be kicked in by a 60kg street thug from idlewood. It requires no effort for people to break into the property. Everything's possible to lockpick or even shoulder/kick in. Other than that, I support this one.
  5. Script value doesn’t determine the actuall value of the house. We had properties for 25k on script value sold gor 100k+ and 100k script value properties sold for 80k. Same applies to properties in Richman. Pure example was as I mentioned Maikeyy. And if it’s changed, a player looses ic currency due to someones ooc mistakes or changes. I’d understand if there was a property sold for 75k sitting at richman, but this is not the case. Some houses values have doubled. By your calculations If I understood correctly. If they value the house 1mil, and I paid 825k, that means there’s roughly a 22% increase, in which terms I’m not gonna be charged, correct? EDIT- All proccesing of this idea actually needs to have a clear system. Because now there’s a huge mess. One member comes down says everything is fine and I don’t have to pay and other ones tell me to even it out to the 1mil mark. There’s no clarity whatsoever.
  6. They give the option but as much as I know they don’t really want to do it from other people experiencing the issue. And besides. This shouldn’t be an option. No refund and no payments should’ve been introduced. I suppose there’s only one way of fixing it. To add to the topic, the previous price change that happened with towers being converted, I kind of saw that happening because those buildings were bought dirt cheap. And if the property was lost it would’ve made it easy to obtain for someone for a small price. But it still shouldn’t have been charged for, just the script value changed.
  7. It just doesn’t make sense to pay twice for what you already paid. How is it our fault that you have to correct the prices and why does it happen every so often? There is no logical explanation why should we be the ones paying if we already did. I’d understand if those properties would’ve been in high interest properties and prices highly adjusted, but you chose the houses in the sort of ghost part of the town that have been sitting there for months not obtained by anyone, and when they did get obtained you ask us to pay again. It’s just complete bullshit. EDIT- I’d completely understand if a 1’000’000 house was sold for 75’000,that would be okay to ask for more. But these were unobtained propeties with values ranging from 400k to one million. You should look into sales of the properties in mind, because they’ve just been standing there for ages unoccupied, and when they get occupied- you’re pushing us out again. Gain in value is just another way for people to make money. You want to tell me if I buy a random property for 100k and sell it for 125k,I should give up on the 25k?
  8. Doesn’t sellproperty generate 66percent of script price?
  9. I was told that my property is worth atleast a million and I paid 825k and I need to even it out. Other friends of mine got told that their property is valued 200-250k more and they have to pay that amount. I think it would need to be valued way more to genarate an extra 250k from doing /sellproperty. Either way, not a single one of us should pay as it is literally disruptive. And besides, the value rise is useless for properties in Richman. The houses sit there for months being unnocupied. If the value was bumped scriptwise it doesn’t make it more valuable. Pure example was @Maikeyy2 #6 Providence Drive back in the day. With the script price of one million no one paid more than 700thousand for the house and the owner ended up doing /sellproperty for that house. And then it sat unnocupied for months, untill its price was lowered just shy of two weeks ago to 825k. Then it was bought and is now disabled again. So saying the script value increases it’s actuall value on the auctions isn’t really true. Anyhow, appreciate your input on the situation.
  10. Not blaming anyone here, hence the option to “discuss” instead of “report”. I just want to hear more ideas and thoughts about this.
  11. Add some uat action on top of that.
  12. It shouldn’t and it can’t happen either way. There is no reasoning for that. If you take it as a mistake in pricing, let it be. Its their fault. Not ours. In my eyes there’s no IC and OOC reason to pay the amount. And if this thing isn’t solved I’m definitely not gonna pay for the second time for a property I ALREADY OWN and paid the full price for. Even though I like the house, but it doesn’t make no sense.
  13. Oh, by the way. They changed garage prices for the houses aswell. What used to be a 5k garage attached to a 450k house is now a 50k garage attached to a 950k house #8 Belmont Drive.
  14. They did it. Just vice-versa. Some 450-550k houses are now valued at anywhere from 750k to 1milion. Go take a drive around the properties. It’s a good joke.
  15. Or, in my eyes make it even. If a person purchases a property for lets say 700’000, and MT+Admins change the value from 700’000 and ask the person to pay up the remaining fee of 300’000-if the person doesn’t have the required amount of 300’000 or just doesn’t want to pay-refund him the sum of 1’000’000-the person paid the taxes, he bought the property which appreciated,huh? As for what @Simonman80 said, I would disagree a bit just because the market isn’t stable. If there is lack of interest in certain properties-the value should go down. If there is some consistant crime going on-it also affects the value of the property.
  16. I'm not even going to make a discussion about IC manners because it just turns out to be complete Sci-Fi stuff when it comes to paying for the second time again. Oh, by the way, what was OwlGaming slogan again? :?
  17. You shouldn't be, because you were affected with this aswell. We're just stating opinions.
  18. Check out recent houses in Richman. I owned one of the houses like more than half a year ago, bought it for 450k from the gov., today the price was changed to 950k. When we started making fun of stuff, they dropped it to 750. The house hasn't been occupied for months being sold for 450. And the property I got for 825k recently, they want me to even it out to a million just because "we think it's priced incorrectly".
  19. Rule Discussion Subject: Richman Crisis I want to...: Discuss Elaboration: Hello fellow Richman residents (and not residents). So as may most of you know, Richman is undergoing some "certain changes" made by MT and one UAT member. To put a long story short, some pricings are changing. Before I begin, I want to mention that this happened before to other types of properties and it left a huge "wtf" mark in the owners point of view. Now it's going on again. To explain what's going on with the price changes, basically MT decided that some houses were charged too less. So they decided to bump up the prices. Now it would sound fine for unpurchased properties, but however it affects house owners around Richman aswell. How this happens? Well lets put an example. You buy a house for 450'000. A month passes by, MT comes in and changes the price to 950'000. That's okay right? But what they do next is disable the interior and ask you to pay up the remaining 500'000, because the price changed. I would like to have more people imput asking - Do you think this is done the right way? Some key notes- *Most of the houses, never sold because they were not worth the money. *If a person buys a house, it's his property, why should he pay for the second time? *Does it work like that in real life? Imagine buying a brand new phone lets say for 700, and get a phone call a month after from your service provider asking to pay another 200 because the value gone up. I know some people who will instantly respond with "the prices were too cheap that's why we changed it", if they were so cheap why did no one buy the houses? When some prices were adjusted a tad bit, two of the three adjusted houses I know were sold within three days? What I expect from this topic is some UA input on why should people pay two times for the property. I mean, in reality if your property appreciates you don't have to pay more money don't you? Sure, bump the value, make us pay more tax - but why do people have to come up with an extra 200+ thousand? I know this topic will be irrelevant for most of the players outside the Richman zone, but imagine if the same situation happens in the neighbourhood you roleplay in. In my eyes it just doesn't make any sense at all.
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