|Release date||31 May 2006 (Update)|
|Location|| Varrock, |
|Sells items?||Player-owned houses, Skillcape of construction|
|Notable features||Master Constructor|
|A fancy businessman with a mighty fine hat.|
Estate agents are NPCs that sell players land to build Player-owned houses (POH) on, as well as decorating them and/or moving them. These agents can be found in several major cities: Varrock, Falador, Seers' Village, and East Ardougne. They are identified on the minimap by a symbol of a small house (). Players must pay 1,000 coins to purchase the first house in Rimmington, and begin training the Construction skill.
Estate agents also sell the Construction cape for 99,000 coins to anyone with a level 99 in Construction. The Construction cape is the only cape that may be bought from multiple NPCs.
Estate agents can also redecorate the outside of a player's house for a fee. Along with a total redecoration of a house, each house style comes with a unique tune that plays upon entering the house.
|Style||Basic Wood||Basic Stone||Whitewashed|
|Tropical Wood||Fancy Stone|
|Areas the Styles |
Relocating a houseEdit
Estate agents can move a POH from its starting location in Rimmington to any of the other house portal locations identified by the portal icon () on the minimap. These locations include Rimmington, Taverley, Pollnivneach, Great Kourend, Rellekka, Brimhaven, and Yanille.
|Location||Level||Cost to move||Map|
- ↑ To relocate your house to the Great Kourend, you must first visit the Estate Agent in Kourend located north of the Woodcutting Guild.
- Estate agents wear a different model for the construction cape than what is available to players. Theirs don a blue circle above/behind the skill icon. This is most likely a graphical glitch.
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