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|24th Oct 2018, 2:55 AM||What is known about the money that the game adds to family funds when you move out of an apartment (or even a house)? #1|
Join Date: Feb 2008
I've been able to confirm recently that Pescado's apartment deposit calculation is not correct and overcharges sims (that is, if you move into an apartment, pay the deposit, and then immediately move out again, you lose money, even when taking the rent into account). It's also not simply charging you only for the items that don't stay when you rent unfurnished - making that assumption causes the game to undercharge. Does anyone know anything about how this calculation is done by the game or how we might find out what it is (aside from building a ton of minimalistic apartments to see how much money sims get when they move out of them)?