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  1. Hello, Im looking to buy property with garage. Feel free to post your properties here or on my email (( forum PM )) Thanks, Sacher.
  2. “Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.” - Psalm 51:7 PART I - The Day the Music Died She wasn’t always this way. My father says that the hoarding really began after the death of my sister, Elena. She was two weeks and three days shy of her fourth birthday at the time that she died. I recall my mother sat in her floral armchair, musing woefully over a box of miscellaneous clutter the day that my father took me. Tears of embarrassment turning the milky whites of her eyes into glass, her voice trembled: “You can learn much about someone from the things they throw away; the things they deem trash and those that they deem worthy to live among them, mama. When something requires more from you than it gives, then, and only then, is it time to let it go.” Our home had always been full, recounts my father, but not in the way I grew up knowing it. It was once full of laughter, of warmth, and of endearment. Walls today covered by looming towers of cardboard boxes and cobwebs were once spectators to the acceptance, love, and solidarity that prospered from my mother’s labor. She was once a good housekeeper–as good as one woman can be with six children under the age of twelve living under her roof–because my father demanded it. “Cleanliness is next to godliness, mija,” he cautions me to this day, with the same domineering tone he bode my mother. But today, my childhood home is a shrine to the death of each of my living siblings and me yet to come. Every glass that our lips have touched, every towel on which we have cleansed our cheek, every morsel to acknowledge our existence is kept in memoriam of the day that we are not here. Grief does not change you; it reveals you. My mother, Rosamaria, had always had an affinity for keeping things long before we lost Elena. She was once not only a resourceful woman–she was creative. Broken pieces of jewelry from the five and dime were turned into magnets, for every scrap of haphazardly done artwork done by the hands of my siblings to be put on display with pride and hide the rust marks on the front of our white refrigerator. Cracked teacups and saucers that had been salvaged from the Goodwill were reinvented into bird feeders. The melted wax that dripped down the sides of votive candles that burned endlessly on the mantle was later collected and put into bottle caps to make tealights for the yearly ofrenda. My mother had quit her job as a seamstress many years ago after the birth of their third child, my older brother Orion, so that she could stay home to take care of us full time. The day that my sister died, my siblings, Tomas, Jorge, Orion, Fernando, and Elena, had returned early from their weekly swimming lesson at the community center with my tío. Rain was coming, signaled by the strong gusts of winds that threw blankets of sand into the air and painted the normally blue and cloudless El Paso sky a hazy orange. This had been Elena’s first swimming lesson, and my father recalls her giddiness of being allowed to tag along with her older brothers as she sat on his knee while he tied his boots the morning of that day. My mother was at the stove preparing dinner when the chaos of each of my siblings fighting to not be the last one through the threshold stormed in. Tío had treated them each to ice cream to soothe their distress of their lesson being cut short, and in the mayhem, Elena’s had been knocked from her hand. Her half-eaten chocolate ice cream splattered into the yellow shag carpet. The boys’ swimsuits were still wet, and a trail of souring beach towels was left down the wood-paneled hallway as the four boys scattered their separate ways. Elena came to my mother’s side at the stove, crying over the loud salsa music blaring from the stereo, and coughing from the spice in the air produced by mother’s roasting poblano peppers on the gas eye. My mother peered down the hallway at the mess that had been left in the wake of her children’s homecoming, and with a gasp and a frightful heart, took to hastily scrubbing the brown stain from the carpet on her knees. My father was due home soon, and she feared the repercussions of the home not meeting his expectations on his arrival. Elena stood over my mother while she ground a hard-bristle brush into the carpet, back and forth, back and forth, and begged tirelessly for my mother to take her to the above-ground swimming pool in the backyard so that she could practice what she had learned earlier at her swimming lesson to show my father. A normally patient woman snapped on the child, and with hate on her tongue, sent her away so that she could clean the mess she had made. And Elena obeyed. My father had not long started a new job working just across the Texas-New Mexico border as a farmhand at a cattle ranch in Vado. There is a lake in Vado that’s supplied by the Rio Grande, so grass grows there much more plentifully than it does in El Paso. His time clock started as soon as the sun rose, and his day ended just as it set. Elena knew this. She used the sun as her wristwatch, and she was dutifully the first one to greet my father at the door when he returned home in the evenings. Elena was my father’s golden goose, and he was unashamed to say it despite the taboo of proclaiming one child the favorite. That evening, though, as my father stood in the doorway, pushing his muddy boots off of his feet with his toes, Elena did not run to greet him. My brothers crowded the box television in the living room, scattered unceremoniously on the floor atop patchwork pillows and ignorant to anything other than the dancing shapes and colors on the screen before them. My father noticed the faint stain on the carpet where the remnants of Elena’s dropped dessert had bested my mother, but he spared my mother in the kitchen her berating for the time being. He called to Elena who did not answer. Together, my mother and father searched our three-bedroom house. After all of the rooms had been checked once, they gathered the help of my brothers to check again. Their collective initial confusion quickly shifted to panic after the third pass through the home was unfruitful. My father instructed our family to continue looking through the house while he walked backwards to the kitchen. “Elena was never one to hide, but perhaps tonight she wanted to play a game?” he says. She was small, small for a three-year-old even, so among my mother’s countless chests and storage containers of our childhood memorabilia provided endless hiding spots for a child of her size. “Surely,” he says. My father, in a controlled frenzy, exited through the storm glass door that led from the kitchen to our terracotta patio in the backyard. It was raining now. He noticed that the door was opened about seven inches when he approached it, wider than my mother would normally leave it when it rained to allow the breeze in. He stood on the covered awning, dirty hands cupped around his mouth, and called Elena’s name into the night repeatedly. He says that from the corner of his eye, dimly illuminated by the orange glow of the streetlight, it appeared that my mother had not removed the plastic float from the pool as he had instructed her to in preparation for the storm coming. While his head turned on a swivel, still beckoning for my sister, he reached over the side of the pool to grab the float and pull it out so it would not be carried away by the wind. Instead, what he had grabbed was Elena’s cold arm. There was nothing that could be done. One day, when we were older, Fernando and I were sharing a porro on our front porch. By that time, the house had become so cluttered that none of us could hardly stand to be inside. Fernando, his eyes red from his high, confessed to me that that day at the community center, he had teased Elena for being too scared to jump into the water. "It was harmless," he said, "done in the way that older brothers do." Now that he was older, he says he can understand how daunting jumping into the marathon-sized pool must have been–to her, it might as well have been the Atlantic Ocean. She sat the entirety of the lesson on a lounger nearby, watching her feet kicking in the wind, too short to touch the concrete. He blamed himself for her death, as did my father for commanding perfection from my mother and causing her inattentiveness, as did my mother for cowering to my father's hand and resulting in her preoccupation with the carpet. It all seems so trivial in hindsight. Though I was too small to recall the night the music died on my own, I lived the fallout that it spawned vividly. None of my brothers were home more than they had to be. Tomas knocked a girl up at sixteen and moved in with her and her family, Jorge couch-surfed with anyone that would allow him to introduce himself past his first name, Orion dropped out of school and started working to be able to pay his half on an apartment with an acquaintance, and Fernando turned to a "family" bonded on street values since he had ruined ours. My father finally found the gall to leave the ghost of my sister and the ghost of the woman that was once his wife and moved us to a rental house on the west side of town. I cooked for him, I cleaned for him, and I could do no wrong. I was his silver goose, winner by default. None of my brothers ever teased me. No one ever told me no. I grew up on a pedestal that sat in the cool shadow of a girl that never came to fully be. I have always been this way. And I never learned to swim.
  3. Property 4 Sale Starting bid: 150,000$ Buyout: 320,000$ Pictures and information:
  4. So your character just got CK'd and you changed the name to start over... but you have properties and cars left over from your previous character. How do you RP the properties? Do you sell them before you start or incorporate them in some way?
  5. Looking to buy a property out in Blaine County. Please E-mail all offers to [email protected] ((Forum PM)) Regards Elwood Murphy
  6. About the Property Coburn realty are proud to present this moderate apartment, which has been turned into a home business apartment with 4 rooms and a bathroom. - A decent-sized bathroom with the usual amenities and also a washing machine and dryer. - Living room / Office, armchairs can be turned outside working hours. CCTV covering the entire room to keep the disposable room safe as well as your entrance. - Disposable room, currently used by the owner as a place to store medical supplies and equipment. Can be used for anything. - Kitchen / Dining room, full kitchen with plenty of room for all your needs, and a beautiful modern-styled dining area. Can be used along-side the entertainment system for conferences. - Bedroom, a skeleton bedroom that you can re-furnish as you wish. All the rooms (except bathroom) have natural light shining into them and of course modern lamps. The property is secured both with a Toshi private alarm system, and regularly patrolled by G6, there are panic buttons at all the doors to request armed response. (Next payment is 1st of July, protection is valid until then). Interior and pricing. Interior and property info Market price: 105.000 (( Furniture price: 49.968 )) Buyout price: 280.000 Starting bid: 150.000 For viewings or further questions, either contact me on 210696, my email [email protected] (( Forum PM to Coburn )) or leave a comment below.
  7. High-end luxurious apartment, two bedrooms, plenty of room and a great view! 6th Floor, 2nd Room (( Market Price: $325,000 - Furniture Worth: $205,000 - Furniture Count: ~910 )) Starting bid: $600,000 Bid-step: $25,000 Buyout: $1,000,000
  8. Rarely available standalone house in the middle of Los Santos. Parking for two cars with a balcony and back yard. Please click below for images Market Price: $105,000 Furniture Price: $262,536 Total: $367,536 Starting Bid: $400,000 Buyout: $577,000
  9. Lucia

    [BUYING] House

    Hello there, I'm looking to purchase a house anywhere in the state, preferably in an affluent neighborhood. Ideally with a garage. CONTACT DETAILS Full Name: Lucia Weber Email: [email protected] (( Discord: Lucia#1093 )) Phone: 1981
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  11. Successful Transaction Count: USD $135,000 Newly founded in the US in 2020, Imperial Property Group aims to provide the best caring and professional properties consultation service in Los Santos. Our dedicated team consists of wide-ranging specialist with local market knowledge, and we strive to provide the best advice when it comes to making decision on property purchase, for individuals, families, and organizations. Properties of all type - We provide quality options at a high coverage of various categories, from commercial buildings and offices, new-built and second hand residential, to industrial land and warehouses in order to fulfill your needs. Professional advice on your decision - Our team is extremely passionate and dedicated in the property's field, with daily experience on transaction and market information update, we make sure to provide you with the best advice accordingly to your desire, no matter self-use or investment purpose. Wide range of specialist service - The connection network of IPG covers a wide range of services related to properties, such as solicitors, taxation specialists, mortgage brokers and many more to provide you a hassle-free experience on your property purchase and management. IPG Service: Buying & Selling properties Property Management including: Searching for tenants, Short/Long term lettings management Inspection & House-keeping service Market Research and Investment Analyzation
  12. Farley Real Estates Inc. launched in 2020 and is headquartered in Morningwood, Los Santos. Welcome To Farley Estates Farley Estates creates a way through trust and expertise towards a perfect lease management platform where tenants find their dream home. When our expertise in leasing and renting meet your needs, property deals becomes a less tedious job for you. Farley Estates thus becomes an adept solution. OurMission Create a legacy, by being the most trusted and unique space for customers and clients across the world, to carry out their property deals at ease. To make the leasing and renting process a hassle free trade by making it comfortable at every stage. OurVision Create an avenue for customers to meet the best properties available across LS partnering with the most trusted and reputed real estate company with a prime focus on customer centricity and satisfaction. ✆ 816-79512 ?Magnolia Studio, Morningwood Boulevard, Morningwood, Los Santos ✉ [email protected] (PM Gamble) Now on Discord! Our discord is now available to the public view. Please feel free to join us to take a look at our properties and to reach out to us (OOCly) or follow the development of our company. Furthermore, our Discord users get a priority on renting and purchasing properties! (( Please note that we adhere to the server rules in our Discord. )) https://discord.gg/PZfkGMf BusinessCertificate_919-2020-06.pdf
  13. Beautiful double bedroom apartment for rent in West Vinewood! Looking for an exclusive tenant for this gorgeous two bedroom apartment in west vinewood. The area is relatively low in crime compared to the southern part of Los Santos and boasts a number of great hot spots nearby including bars, clubs, tobacco and liquor stores as well as a local firing range! What more could a red blooded American need? Property also has an underground parking lot attached to the building. Property comes with brand new flooring, recently purchased widescreen TV in the master bedroom and a safe in the second bedroom to store your belongings. Rent is set to $300 per month ((per paycheck)) which gives you an exclusive tenancy agreement with little to no interruption from the landlord. Please contact PH: 8279 or email [email protected] ((forum pm)).
  14. Short description: Property alarms should be capable of sending more SMSes to several contacts and/or tenants of the property. Detailed description: Basically what I already stated above. It'd increase the amount of RP and properties could also be broken into if one of the tenants is online as, if the owner added them to the emergency contacts of the alarm, and the alarm is capable of sending a SMS to the owner, they could intervene too. Commands to add: /addalarmcontact [number] /removealarmcontact [number] Items to add: N/A How would your suggestion improve the server? It would make the burglary RP more dynamic as a property could be broken into if one of the tenants is online as well and more people would actively seek to buy an alarm, increasing the risk in general, I'd say that it's a logical step anyway, especially if someone is renting most of their properties out without using them for themselves. Additional information: N/A
  15. OCTAVIAN ESTATES At Octavian Estates you will find knowledgeable, experienced and driven real estate brokers able to make your every wish come true. We believe that job satisfaction, commitment and local knowledge result in successful housing deals. HOW CAN WE BE OF SERVICE? Since we value good customer relations, we offer free advice and valuation of your properties. We want you to feel safe in our hands before we start a collaboration. If you then hire us, we can guarantee to do our utmost to meet your personal wishes and needs, whether it be buying or selling of condominium, villa, local or land. WE BELIEVE IN COLLABORATION We perceive that good local knowledge generates trust and successful housing deals. After consulting with us you will know both which is the best target group for your home and where your next accommodation is to be found. FIND YOUR DREAM HOME We at Octavian Estates want to be there from start to finish, from the time you sell a property until you have bought a new one. Therefore, we value good customer relationships and adapt our working methods to you. Because our brokers are committed, competent and experienced, they possess the knowledge and the art to transform dreams into reality. Come to your local real estate agent at Octavian Estates and we will help you sell your property or find your future accommodation! Facebrowser: LINK Website: LINK TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SERVICES Property Portfolio We have a large range of customers who come to us in search for a better home. We sport a large portfolio of clients who are looking to sell or buy certain types of properties. Using this portfolio to our advantage, we are able to find the right property for you or find a buyer for the property you wish to sell. Interior Designing Our mission is to create environments that deliver on every level. Aesthetic, practical, commercial, experiential. We achieve this by applying intelligence to design. By developing a personal vision for every project, setting the most uncompromising standards and working side by side with our clients to bring that vision to life. It is an approach that has cemented our reputation as excellent interior designers of private residences. Banking & Financial Solutions If you are purchasing a home, refinancing the one you have or want to learn more about how to finance this next step in your life, we want to make sure you have all the tools you need. That is why we provide technology, education and customer service to help you with this process, from applying, to getting approved, to managing your payment. Contact for inquiries: First Name: Kevin Last Name: Aspwood City: Los Santos Phone: 4000 Website: LINK Facebrowser: LINK Email: [email protected] ((FORUM PM)) Want to work for Octavian Estates? Click: HERE  TESTIMONIALS Disappointment is against our policy here at Octavian Estates. To see how we follow through on this promise, take a look at what other visitors have had to say about their experience working with us. We are confident that the reviews will serve as an endorsement of everything we are trying to do here at Octavian Estates. If you have recently paid us a visit, get in touch with our team and let us know how we did. Octavian Estates is committed to excellence – but we are also always looking for ways to improve. Let us know how well we hit our mark of perfection by rating us below. We appreciate you taking the time! Review Format: (Max 5 stars) Verdict: ★★★★★ Username: Comment: **Comment section has been disabled and only reviews can be forwarded**
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  17. 110A Vespucci Blvd - Vespucci Property Type: ApartmentAddress: 110A Vespucci Blvd Area: Vespucci Description: A cozy spacious luxury apartment at the perfect location in Vespucci right in the city with panoramic views over Vespucci. The apartment features a kingsized bedroom with a dressing room, a smaller bedroom, a gym, an office, a good-sized living room, a well-equipped kitchen and an exclusive marble bathroom. Well suited for having company and family over to socialize. Perfect for residents with a desire to live in a tight community right in the middle of the city. The apartment is sold furnished, included in the price. Starting Bid: $225,000 Minimum Bid Raise: $10,000 Current Bid: SOLD Buyout: $450,000 Time Remaining: Ended EXTERIOR: INTERIOR: LOCATION: Bid Format: Name: Phone: Bid: **Comment section has been disabled and only bids can be forwarded** - Private bids from various sources will be posted in the auction feed with all details and no discretion. Contact for inquiries: First Name: Kevin Last Name: Aspwood City: Los Santos Phone: 4000 Facebrowser: LINK Email: [email protected] ((FORUM PM)) 
  18. A beautiful cafe which doubles as a bar, located in the heart of Mission Row, right next to the Police Station. This Property Includes: A full bar, including an espresso bar and kitchen, a small bathroom and a separate office. Sophisticated fire prevention and security system. If interested, I encourage you to reach out to me via e-mail at [email protected] ((Forum PM)) or on my cell - 4141 I am looking to sell this business to an entrepreneur at the start of their career, not someone looking to add to their collection of businesses. ** I reserve the right not to sell to the highest bidder if I don't think they're a good fit. ** Market Price: 190k Furniture Worth: 70k Starting Bid: 250k Min. Bid Raise: 10k
  19. Title says it all, I'm open to any locations outside Los Santos, and any on the outskirts of town as well. Something close to Route 68 preferred but not necessary! Contact me here or via messages.
  20. 932 Paleto Boulevard - Paleto Bay Property Type: HouseAddress: 932 Paleto Blvd Area: Paleto Bay Description: A luxurious stone-built home, large front yard, plenty of space at the back for a party with an addition of a garden. Two kingsized bedroom's, dining table, kitchen and living room all in one open area . Well suited for having company and family over to socialize. Perfect for residents with a desire to live in a tight community away from the buzz of the city in a nice neighbourhood. Large driveway able to handle multiple vehicles. Starting Bid: $190,000 Minimum Bid Raise: $5,000 Current Bid: SOLD Buyout: $215,000 Time Remaining: EXPIRED EXTERIOR: INTERIOR: LOCATION: Contact for inquiries: First Name: Barron Last Name: Octavian City: Los Santos Phone: 1515 Facebrowser: LINK Email: [email protected] ((FORUM PM))
  21. Property for sale in Hawick Avenue - 205 Power Street. Two bedrooms. Furnished (with room to add your own unique furniture) Under-cover drive-way. Close proximity to local amenities (Bank, clothes store, ammu-nation, clubs - all on your door step!) Below Market Value! Buyout: 85,000. Bids starting at: 75,000. Contact: Caia on #75206230 or through the ad posting (forum PM). Exterior: Interior:
  22. Short description: When entering a building a settable text that you can add that pops up in chat the first time you enter to give ambient details about the interior, such as smell or details you wouldn't be able to add through physical decoration due to game restraints. Detailed description: Currently there is no way to give additional details when entering a business or home unless you /do and tell each person. Working at a shop in the game, we inform each customer when they enter about what sort of items they'd see around the store. It can get spammy when you get 5 people enter within a few seconds of each other and you need to do it for each customer. I'd suggest a command similar to attributes that sets a description for the store that pops up in your personal chat each time you enter a building. I believe this could work well for personal homes too to add an extra layer of roleplay depth. Commands to add: /pattributes or /bmotd Items to add: A command and the ability to set the command as a property owner. How would your suggestion improve the server? It would add another layer of roleplay depth to homes and businesses.
  23. 2604 Bridge Street - Mirror Park Property Type: HouseAddress: 2604 Bridge Street Area: Mirror Park Description: A luxurious stone-built home, large front yard with an attractive view over the lake, plenty of space at the back for a party with an addition of a garden. Two kingsized bedroom's, dining table, kitchen and living room all in one open area . Well suited for having company and family over to socialize. Perfect for residents with a desire to live in a tight community away from the buzz of the city in a nice neighbourhood, yet being close to civilization. Large driveway able to handle multiple vehicles. Starting Bid: $225,000 Minimum Bid Raise: $10,000 Current Bid: SOLD Buyout: $265,000 Time Remaining: EXPIRED EXTERIOR: INTERIOR: LOCATION: Contact for inquiries: First Name: Barron Last Name: Octavian City: Los Santos Phone: 1515 Facebrowser: LINK Email: [email protected] ((FORUM PM))
  24. 3368 Bay City Avenue - Vespucci Beach Property Type: HouseAddress: 3368 Bay City Avenue Area: Vespucci Beach Description: Large stone-built house in the Vespucci area just outside the beach, plenty of space at the back for parking your vehicles. Two kingsized bedrooms, open interior solution including dining table, kitchen and the living room all in one area. Accessable balcony. Well suited for having company and family over to socialize. Perfect for residents with a desire to live in a tight community away from the buzz of the city in a nice neighbourhood. Starting Bid: $210,000 Minimum Bid Raise: $10,000 Current Bid: SOLD Buyout: $250,000 Time Remaining: EXPIRED EXTERIOR: INTERIOR: LOCATION: Contact for inquiries: First Name: Barron Last Name: Octavian City: Los Santos Phone: 1515 Facebrowser: LINK Email: [email protected] ((FORUM PM))
  25. 2126 East Mirror Park Drive - Mirror Park Property Type: HouseAddress: 2126 East Mirror Park Drive Area: Mirror Park Description: A luxurious stone-built home, large front yard with an attractive view over the lake, plenty of space at the back for a party with an addition of a garden. Dining table, kitchen and living room all in one open area. Kingsized bedroom. Well suited for having company and family over to socialize. Perfect for residents with a desire to live in a tight community away from the buzz of the city in a nice neighbourhood, yet being close to civilization. Large driveway able to handle multiple vehicles. Starting Bid: $225,000 Minimum Bid Raise: $10,000 Current Bid: SOLD Buyout: $265,000 Time Remaining: EXPIRED EXTERIOR: INTERIOR: LOCATION: Contact for inquiries: First Name: Barron Last Name: Octavian City: Los Santos Phone: 1515 Facebrowser: LINK Email: [email protected] ((FORUM PM))
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