Originally Posted by Mrs Chung
Oh yes, DreamSeeker this month revealed that it is getting full prim estate sims for far less than $ 295 tier per month. If it isn't, then the "business manager" of this estate corp. should be sacked.
LOL, while it is amusing to watch this thread go on, if one of you finds out how to get sims for free from Linden Lab for any length of time, do let me know as I would be most interested!
BTW, last week's report had a major error in it. We have obtained a list from Tyche of the 30 sims we supposedly added that week. Of the 30, one was a rename of a previously held sim, two were new additions, a handful wasn't owned by us at all, and the rest were added the week before and so were double-counted.
Although I don't particularly feel like sharing our trade secrets with everyone, I think it would be just common sense for people to realize that a large estate can do a LOT of moves and renames inside of a single month in order to restructure their operations. And yes, we do pay for those moves and renames and they come at an incredibly high cost to us. And yes, we do pay tier, LOL. But I think that if we rename and move 100 sims in a month, that sure would send Tyche's bots out for a loop.
Why do we rent sims at 17000 / wk? (the 16000 someone mentioned was only an incentive for first 4 weeks of tier). Simple: we've made a significant investment into these regions and we'd rather rent them slightly below cost now so that we can keep them and once the current renters leave and market rates return back to normal, rent them out at a higher rate. Again, I would think that is common sense.
Hopefully this weekend the monthly report sets the record straight. The reality of the situation is that during this month, Dream Seeker Estates had lost a couple dozen sims. So stay tuned, sports fans