New World housing is a multifaceted system that lets you leave your mark on Aeturnum’s settlements, but there’s more to housing than just building your dream pad. Housing provides fast travel benefits and a place for your pets to call home, and it also gives you extra storage once you reach the right crafting levels.
You’ll need to work on raising Territory Standing before the first housing level unlocks, and it might be worth switching New World factions if you’re perpetually short on cash. Factions determine how much you pay in taxes, and bigger factions usually have lower tax rates in their territories.
Unlike in real life, there’s no potential to play the real estate market and invest in properties in this new MMO, or not yet at least. If you don’t want your house anymore, your only choice is to abandon it. Think carefully about where you want to live before spending your hard-earned cash. Our housing guide covers how to buy a house, what benefits each tier offers, and how to get extra storage.
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