how to buy a house in skyrim for ps3

 PS3   Many pointed out bugs, like mannequins, weapon racks and dagger displays not working properly, can be avoided by buying the house and all upgrades at once and then entering the purchased and upgraded house.

This is a testament to the dedication of PC gamers and the popularity of Skyrim, the only other game on Steam that went toe-to-toe with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 last November.
The developers had earlier announced in a forum post that they were having trouble porting the first DLC, Dawnguard, to the PlayStation 3.
Bethesda has announced that its second DLC for the game – Hearthfire – is now available on the PlayStation Store.
Bethesda had also announced that an average PC player of Skyrim has clocked nearly 75 hours in the game.
Last month was the first instance of the PS3 getting Skyrim DLC through Dragonborn, and it looks like the developers have finally figured the porting out.
It allows you to purchase land and build your own house from the ground up – from a simple one-room cottage to a sprawling compound complete with armoury, alchemy laboratory, stable, garden and more.
Skyrim has been a massive success for Bethesda, proving that big budget without multiplayer can be successful.
Dawnguard is obviously not the only DLC we’ve been working on either, so the issues of adding content get even more complicated.
Once you have access to purchase a house in that city, speak to the steward in order to purchase the house.
Each house comes pretty bare, and upgrades are necessary in order to add function, like storage space and alchemy tables, etc.
In order to gain favor, you need to do the main quest line in that city.
They can’t simply be bought right away however, you have to first gain favor in that city and get permission from the Jarl in that city.
To level up the Sneak skill, keep sneaking up on Hadvar while he stands by the door, and then attack him with the sword.
Once you reach the area with the bear where Hadvar gives you the bow and arrow, keep hitting Hadvar with the two-handed sword to easily level up the Two-Handed skill.
Repeat this as many times as desired to easily level up the Sneak skill, the weapon skill for the weapon you have equipped, and general experience.
While he is fighting the dragon, use the Bound Sword spell, put the sword(s) away, then repeat the process to level up your Conjuration skill quickly.
Hide about half way down the bridge in the shadows, and just keep walking into the wall while sneaking to easily level up your Sneak skill.
Equip your strongest sword or weapon that you want to increase the skill level for, and sneak behind him until he cannot see you.
Repeat this as many times as desired to easily increase your Pickpocket skill level.
Keep sneaking at the rock to increase your Sneak skill level.
After that, the persuade option will not disappear, allowing you to keep selecting it as many times as desired to get easy experience and max out your Speech skill.
Pin yourself between the enemy and the water, then use a rubber band to hold the trigger button that controls your shield for as long as desired to keep leveling up the Blocking skill.
Use the Bound Sword spell, put the sword(s) away, then repeat the process to level up your Conjuration skill quickly.
This can be used to keep other quest weapons that are meant to be given to others, since the game thinks it is not possible that the item is not in you inventory.
Repeat this as many times as desired to get as much skill level gain as desired.
Then, simply keep hitting Hadvar with the sword as he stands by the door to keep leveling up the One-Handed skill.
You can then take the book from their inventory to read it and get the skill point when desired.
As he stand beside the map on the table, press the option to "I want to buy a house (5000g)" and when you press "Yes I would like it", fast end the conversation, by pressing (B) (Xbox).
7:12 Elder Scrolls: Skyrim – ★House Buying★ House location: Whiterun Gameplay/Commentary★ Ep.
You now have about 3 seconds to interact with anything that work as a "chest" – look in the video.
After you buy Honeyside, then make sure that you DO NOT open either door and enter the house until you buy all the upgrades, as on PS3, and possibly Xbox, it renders the weapon racks and displays unusable if you take the default piece off of them, and may work for the mannequins as well, but I hadn’t bought that one at that point, and reloaded an auto save from just before I went in and got the upgrades.
Hopefully that helps 🙂 I also heard you must talk to the Jarl again before upgrading your house to become Thane because of a possible bug.
The quest for Wujeeta is the key to it all, but bear in mind that if she’s killed intentionally during the quest, then according wiki, you can forget owning the house or becoming Thane.
I’m not sure how reliable that information is, but just to be safe, talk to the Jarl again before upgrading your house.
Just go do 4 assistance quests for the citizens (Giving a beggar a gold piece, and dropping an item and letting whoever picks it up keep it counts as well), and you will get a journal entry to go see the Jarl.
Return to the Skeleton near where you picked up the book, and loot it’s body, take everything, and loot again, you’ll notice the book on this skeleton continually re-appears, giving you an unlimited supply of "The Doors of Oblivion" worth 50 gold each.
First a requirement for this glitch is Oghma Infinium (acquired from the daedric quest ‘Discerning the Transmundane’) that is in your inventory and not read and a book shelf (found in breezehome after getting the alchemy lab upgrade).
Then if u want steel arrows just go to the target there shooting at but if you want any other kind of arrow first place at least one arrow of the one you want in their inventory.
Go back into the mannequin, and equip any other piece of equipment that is a different type than the one you want to dupe.
Just above Slightless Pit a little higher on the mountain (not much higher) you will see a alter with a skeleton on it, beside the skeleton is a book called "The Doors to Oblivion".
Pick up the book, and kill the skeleton on the table, Two other skeletons will rise around the alter, kill these as well.
Houses also include a bed which belongs to the player; player-owned beds provide a temporary boost to health and stamina after sleeping in them (unless you are a werewolf, in which case you can never obtain such a boost from sleeping no matter where you are).
Houses are among the most expensive purchases a player can make, but owning a house allows a player to store items in it securely and can be a welcome sanctuary after dungeon-crawling.
Aside from houses, undertaking certain faction questlines can also provide the player with a shelter associated with that faction at no extra cost.
In this guide we’ll tell you how to line your pockets without setting foot in a single dungeon, where to find the of your life, and how to get on the property ladder.
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Also, the house in Whiterun has a weapon stand to display weapons, a couple of bookshelves to display your books, an alchemy table, and all containers inside the house are safe to store your stuff.
If you’re referring to the house in Whiterun, it’s called Breezehome, and it’s right next to the smithy when you enter town.
The house itself is called Breezehome, it is the second house on the right when you enter Whiterun.
It’s perfect, you travel in, stop at shops very quickly to offload loot and your house for anything you wish to keep.
I’m pretty far in the game, having completed many major quest lines and visited all the cities, and I can say that this house is by far the most useful.
As I grabbed everything that wasn’t nailed down so far and as I don’t want to throw away any ingredients I could use later I though it would be time to look for a house to store all my stuff.
Following the main quest a bit further, I stumbled upon an opportunity to buy a house in Whiterun.
To buty the house you have to speak to Proventus Avenicci, he’s near the Jarl in the keep.
Where is the house placed in the first town? I can't seem to find it.
With this official add-on to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, you can purchase land and build your own home from the ground up – from a simple one-room cottage to a sprawling compound complete with an armory, alchemy laboratory, stable, garden, and more.
Sometimes, animals will carry a small amount of coin from their last kill, or you can sell the pelts and meat for about 10-30 coin depending on what kind of pelt it is (for example, wolf pelts are usually more than, say, fox pelts, because wolf pelts are larger).
Occasionally finding this chest will spawn a mission called "Secrets of the Empire"worth it! Usually, Draugers will drop from 1-30 coin, and when you finish the boss battle, you can either disenchant the weapon you get, or you can sell it for usually about 100-3000 coin.
Although mage equipment is expensive, you get loads of things to sell by picking up armour (which is not needed if you already have robes for your mage).
If you own a house or have a secure location to keep your valuables, make a stash of items of significant value that you would be willing to sell.
When you kill the dragon in Whiterun, you can not only buy a house, but take almost everything in his castle other than the things in the wizard’s room.
Normally they don’t sell for much; however, once you learn enchantments, (they don’t even necessarily have to be super strong), you can enchant the daggers and they sell for 300+ gold.
Once you do, they will tell you there is no house for sale (the never was before the DLC came out), but that you may purchase land in the hold to build a house.
I wanna buy the land and build my house I've downloaded all add ons.
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If you need gold for this check out my infinite gold glitch videos at youtu.be and youtu.be The places you can buy houses: Whiterun: Cost: 5000 Gold Purchase From: Proventus Avenicci, the Jarl’s Steward.
Solitude: Cost: 25000 gold Purchase From: The Steward of Solitude, only after completing a quest for the Jarl of Solitude.
For this glitch you need the gold to buy a house beforehand, but you won’t spend any in the process.
Windhelm: Cost: 12000 Gold Purchase From: The Steward of Windhelm, after completing quests for the Stormcloak Faction.
How the fuck does one buy a house in Markarth? I did all the quests, but now that guy sitting next to the Jarl no longer has a pop up dialogue thing, giving me no options to buy the house.
I think you need to complete the deadric quest in that house in Markarth and then after that it becomes available to buy.
I think you need to complete the deadric quest in that house in Markarth and then after that it becomes aviable to buy.
Mind you this is at level 54 and all Daedric quests completed and I also had all 5/5 required side quests to obtain house already completed.
I’m betting this is a random bug, as when I left the Jarl’s house, a random dragon corps fell from the sky, and then suddenly I got it’s soul, you know, at random.
I was level 50 and couldn’t buy houses in Riften or Markarth, searched them all, so I just continued questing, now I am level 54 and when I visited the jarls in Riften and Markarth the houses where available.
What I figured out is there is a known glitch for buying the house in Markarth but, has anyone figured out a work around? I completed the first quest, have not been able to get them to offer me another one and no ability to buy a house? This is for MARKARTH not Windhelm or Whiterun (I already own Breezehome (and am about to kill my thieving husband because barrels are coming up empty along with lots of other ‘missing’ items, married Marcurio from Riften and items missing are showing up in his inventory for sale)).
You guys, to purchase the house in Markarth you need to be at LEAST level 20, after that talk to the jarl and if you already finished forsworn quests for him, he’ll give you a personal quest to find something that belonged to his father.
Hey, I only bought the house in whiterun before finishing the main quest, and i think its noteworthy that after that I could buy riften’s and markarth’s without any further quests at all… it seems that completing the main quest already makes you elegible to buy houses anywhere.
Oh my god are all of you people retarded “I have just bought a house, where do i find it?” Right after you have purchased your house from a Jarls Steward there is a map marker that directs you to, believe it or not, the front door of your newly purchase house.
I’ve read a few comments of people having issues with not having the option to buy a house after finishing the Jarl’s quest.
Hey guys I’m trying to buy a house in windhelm and i’ve assisted all 5 citizens in the hold, and the new Jarl gave me the option to buy a house but when i talk Jorleif (the guy her sells it) he tells me that the house is not available due to recent unpleasantness.
To get the house in Windhelm without cheating or glitching, complete the imperials questline, if you are in the imperial army, and the new jarl will make you a thane and offer to sell you that house (if you have helped the required people), which will trigger the Blood on the Ice quest if it has not already somehow been done.
All he says is stuff like “yes?” “Need something?” “I’m retarded, I don’t want you to have a sweet house, so I won’t even talk to you.” If anybody can tell me why this douche won’t talk to me, or how I can upgrade it, I would appreciate it.
“I cant find the house i just bought” is one of the funniest comments i have ever read on the internet! People look at the map!! it’s what its their for and it will show you exactly where the houses are.
I like being able to make my own house in Skyrim, though it would have been so much more fun if I had been able to place things where I wanted, not the game just placing them for me.
I wish you could change your mind after you’ve built part of your house, and I wish the display cases were like the others in the game, where all you have to do is have a weapon equiped and it goes into the case perfectly.
It’s also great to be able to adopt children, but again it would have been nice to be able to adopt kids from races either then nords.

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