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Long Term Effect Of Houses?


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#1 jkeller4000


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Posted 25 August 2014 - 01:34 PM

i am wondering what people think will be the effect from the houses will be?



with only waming for houses.  the rich who want houses will have to pay workers to make the houses.


but then there might not be enough demand for houses for all the worker to be employed in house and house raw material companies.  



my test on how many work days it takes to make a q3 house.

going to assume full bonuses.and highest q raw.


500 raw per worker.

4000 raw per house

1 house per ten workers


18 workers per house

it lasts 7 days,  so one person can have a house for ever 2.5 workers employed.

2:5 ratio  if more than 2 people out of every 5 want a house then house prices will rise un controllably and wages will rise uncontrollably until the ratio reaches this 2:5




but one of my friends suggests people will activate and deactive the house often so that it will last much longer than the 7 days.



i am wondering what you think will happen?   will we ever have more than 2 people demanding a house for every 5?     or is my ratio really off,  no country will have full bonuses, so production per employee will be lower so the ratio will be 2 to 10?   or does the fact houses might last longer than a week so the ratio is smaller 1 to 1?

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Posted 25 August 2014 - 05:06 PM

Its ... ? :lol:


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