Learning how to buy a house in Oblivion can give a place to safely store your items, sleep to regain health and level up or just hang out when you are bored. Houses in Oblivion have a range of prices, so you will need to have a lot of money to purchase all of them. However, with proper monster grinding and questing, you will be able to buy houses in Oblivion with ease.
What you will need:
- Computer/Xbox 360/PS3
- The first thing you need to buy a house in Oblivion is money. To make enough money, you will need to kill lots of monsters and people, do quests or you can get it in other less acceptable fashions as well. For instance, you could steal items and sell them to the thieves guild to make a lot of money. By selling what you get from grinding through monsters and quests or from stealing, you will be able to make lots of money in a short period of time.
- To buy a house in Oblivion, you can also level up your character in order to make money even faster. Money comes in larger and larger quantities as you increase your level because the monsters and people you fight will drop more valuable items. The faster you level up your character, the more easily you will be able to afford a house in Oblivion.
- When you are ready to buy your first house in Oblivion, you will need to decide which price point you want to spend at first. Some cities have extremely valuable houses priced at around 25,000 gold. Others may have houses that are only about 2,000 gold. So depending on how much money you have and how much you are willing to spend, you will need to shop around.
- The last step to buying a house in Oblivion is talking to the landlord who sells it. You may have to develop a rapport with him/her before you can actually make the purchase. However, once you have done so, all you need to do is click purchase and you will receive the deed to it. Congratulations on buying your house in Oblivion.
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