skyrim xbox 360 how to buy a house in riften

I have a couple questions, I received the quest to purchase Honesyside from Riften’s Steward but when I talk her there is no response that I click on that lets me purchase the house, any help you can give would be appreciated.
Once you complete those, you’ll become a Thane, and you’ll be able to purchase Honeyside from the Jarl’s adviser Anuriel for 8,000 gold.

 360   The Dragonborn cannot become a Thane of Riften once Maven Black-Briar is Jarl.
 360  If the children’s bedroom is purchased from the Riften Steward after previously purchasing the enchanting room, the objects from the enchanting room may still be in the children’s bedroom, the different objects become merged.
 PC   360   PS3  The Dragonborn will be able to buy Honeyside, but not be named Thane.
 PS3   When in Iona’s room, Whirlwind Sprint towards the wall above the table will teleport the Dragonborn to the front door inside the house.
 360   One of the weapon racks in the basement of the house may not store a weapon allowing storage of only three weapons on the rack.
 360   If the Dragonborn tries to place a woodcutter’s axe on the third slot from the left of the weapon rack, it will be dropped instead, though it will stay suspended in the air.
 PS3   360   Discovering Cragslane cavern and clearing it before starting the ‘skooma trade’ quests may lead to inability to complete the second quest that requires that this dungeon be cleared.
 360   The mannequins in the enchanting room may occasionally move position and appear in the middle of the basement or elsewhere in the house.
 360   After purchasing, the miscellaneous quest to let the Jarl know the house was bought will not be open.
 360    PS3   The Weapon Plaques on the walls display all weapons diagonally.
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If you still cannot purchase a house after completing this questline, you may need to do a few more quests to help out citizens of Riften, such as the Argonian in the inn needs 3 flawless amethysts or a sword delivered to the blacksmith from the jarl’s son.
the last 2 quest require 10 fire salts and 5 ice wraith teeth (I would advise checking all the alchamists if you have trouble finding wild ice wraiths and fire atronachs) then i spoke to the jarl and she told me i could get the house.
Hi i did the skooma quest, the jarl’s sons sword quest, the mages quest in the keep and the blacksmiths and food traders quests.
All you have to do is proceed through the story until you kill your first dragon outside of whiterun the king of the town will tell you he has told his steward to allow you to purchase land in his city after you tell him the dragon is dead.
It costs 5000 gold "because being the dragon born and saving an entire city from destruction isn’t worth anything." and uprages to the house will be close to 2000 gold total.
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if you want a house just keep doing jobs for the jarl until he asks if you want to be thane he says you must help the people.
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 the elder scrolls 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.
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.
WARNING: Do not buy any upgrades to the house until after you have spoken to the Jarl again and been made a Thane or you will never be able to become a Thane of Riften due to a glitch – at least not until Bethesda correct this issue with a patch.
This house in Riften is worth buying because it has an Alchemy area, an Enchanting area, and two mannequins which allow you to use the duplicating items mannequin glitch to get infinite gold for yourself.
This guide will show you how to own the available house in Riften as well as acquire the title Thane of Riften and be assigned the that comes with the position.
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One may store all that loot in the house in Riften and can even store your stolen goods for convenience as the fence for the Thieves’ Guild can be found in The Ragged Flagon, which is in the lower levels of Riften.
Located in the sewers, the Thieves Guild Headquarters is a great place to fence items, train with fellow theives and visit for various Thieves’ Guild Quests.
It can be purchased for 8,000 coins and is considered to be a good shelter to get early in the game as the roads to Riften from other places are usually long and filled with many dungeons, forts, and caves, which may be cleared and looted.
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Lastly, join the Dark Brotherhood or the Thieves’ Guild because each one has "contracts" or "jobs" that you get assigned.
In the thieves’ guild you get 200 gold a pop and there are a ton of jobs to do, and in the dark brotherhood there are only a few contracts but you get somewhere around 800-1000 gold a pop.
Make Iron daggers it requires steel ingots and leather strips then enchant them with any weapon specific enchantment you have i.e magicka damage make as many as you can and you will make a decent sum of money,If you don’t have the money to do this too many times i recommend joining the Dark Brotherhood as you get a cash reward at the end of the quest without spoiling anything.
To make money I would suggest joining the Dark Brotherhood, and the Thieves Guild which is in Riften, doing both will earn you a lot of coins and it won’t be boring.
There are also assination jobs once you have done the dark brotherhood main quest and these reward you with 1200 gold a contract.
There is the theives guild….the dark brotherhood…and the mage guild is located in the College of winterhold college strictly for mages.
Also, a good way is doing your miscellaneous quests because a lot of the time he person you do said miscellaneous quest for will give you at least 200 gold once you complete it.
– Calcelmo’s Laboratory on the table across the room from the Arcane Enchanter.
It sits on a table next to the Arcane Enchanter.
– Glenmoril Cavern, inside the northernmost room, on top of an arcane enchanter.
The room also contains an arcane enchanter and an alchemy lab.
– Fort Amol’s lowermost level, on a bookshelf next to an Arcane Enchanter.
Once you’ve decided where you’d like to build your new home (you may build in Falkreath, The Pale, or Hjaalmarch) and plopped down the 5000 gold for the land and starting materials, simply head to your plot where you will find a chest of building materials, an anvil, a drafting table, and a carpenter’s work bench.
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Bleak Falls Barrow (10 points): Complete "Bleak Falls Barrow".
Alduin’s Wall (20 points): Complete "Alduin’s Wall".
Elder Knowledge (20 points): Complete "Elder Knowledge".
Glory of the Dead (30 points): Complete "Glory of the Dead".
Revealing the Unseen (10 points): Complete "Revealing the Unseen".
Diplomatic Immunity (20 points): Complete "Diplomatic Immunity".
Hail Sithis! (30 points): Complete "Hail Sithis!".
Darkness Returns (10 points): Complete "Darkness Returns".
Bound Until Death (10 points): Complete "Bound Until Death".
With Friends Like These… (10 points): Join the Dark Brotherhood.
Dragonslayer (50 points): Complete "Dragonslayer".
The Way of the Voice (20 points): Complete "The Way of the Voice".
The Eye of Magnus (30 points): Complete "The Eye of Magnus".
Taking Care of Business (10 points): Join the Thieves Guild.
Hero of Skyrim (30 points): Capture Solitude or Windhelm.
Taking Sides (10 points): Join the Stormcloaks or the Imperial Army.
One with the Shadows (30 points): Returned the Thieves Guild to its former glory.
Words of Power (10 points): Learn all three words of a shout.
Standing Stones (30 points): Find 13 Standing Stones.
War Hero (10 points): Capture Fort Sungard or Fort Greenwall.
Master Criminal (20 points): Bounty of 1000 gold in all nine holds.
Snake Tongue (10 points): Successfully persuade, bribe, and intimidate.
Blessed (10 points): Select a Standing Stone blessing.
Oblivion Walker (30 points): Collect 15 Daedric Artifacts.
Gatekeeper (10 points): Join the College of Winterhold.
Artificer (10 points): Make a smithed item, an enchanted item, and a potion.
Daedric Influence (10 points): Acquire a Daedric Artifact.
Dragon Hunter (20 points): Absorb 20 dragon souls.
Then go to riften and find the temple of mara.
Go with them to the temple of mara and get married.
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The second bit of DLC, Hearthfire, takes a completely different tone, offering Skyrim residents a chance to tackle the white-knuckled action of… building a house, raising a family and even employing a full time bard? What? Hearthfire, when compared to Dawnguard and the main game, is a bit underwhelming, but also makes available some options many would argue are essential to any open-world RPG.
Players can also add in a trophy room and display carved off bits of slain monsters, which is fun but offers no real gameplay reward other than "Hey, look what I killed!" If you went landlord nuts in Skyrim’s main game and own a ton of property already, only the limited options presented here set your new place(s) apart from any other prebuilt structure you already own.
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