Upgrading constructions will cost ores and steel, also time. Construction upgrading process can be cancelled, but such cancellation will deduct 50% of consumed resources.
New functions will be unlocked once the upgrading finishes, which can’t be reversed.
There are 3 types of constructions, including HQ, Resources Constructions and Functional Constructions. Yet, the HQ is the prerequisite for all other constructions. By upgrading HQ, players can unlock new constructions and increase resources storage capability. And all constructions’ level can’t exceed the max level of HQ. There are 4 types of resources constructions, including gold, ore, steel and fuel, resources storage capability can be increased once they are upgraded. Functional Constructions are Tactics Center, Technology Center, Reform Center, Vehicle Factory, Troop Camp and Resources Vault, etc.
You should firstly upgrade constructions which can increase the resources storage capability.
By upgrading constructions, you can obtain large amount of Commander EXP from base.
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Public utilities in Los Gatos, CAI was trying to figure if Chemeketa Park area in Los Gatos (intersection of Old Santa Cruz hwy and Ogallala Warpath rd) have public sewer and water line .
Was looking at a land that does
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I guess, you do qualify for a VA home loan taking into consideration the combined credit score of you and your wife. Actually, the cut-off here is 620 but since you two have decided to combine the credit score, I hope there won’t be any problem.... more
Yes, there are few government certified lenders who approve home loans for an apartment or a condo that has NO formal HOA but in majority of cases, this does not happen. In one such case, you can always contact a VA loan expert who can be of great help.... more
Try your best not to get to that foreclosure part as the lender will take possession of your mortgaged property if you are unable to pay. Its therefore advised to go for a Refinance Loan of a VA Streamline Refinance from a credible lender.... more
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IF I ONLY would have known, I would have moved to Kentucky!!!!!
So dangerous, when I'm walking around drunk with my dog, sometimes she barks. And one of my neighbors doesn't even cut his grass enough for my liking.
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In my experience with escalation clauses, the offer that triggered the escalation clause resulting in your winning bid is generally shared. Since offers are private, generally it is shared among the attorneys (we use them here for closing) but it could also be between brokers.
It sounds to me as though you are in a strong market - and the escalation clause can be a helpful tool to incorporate into the bidding process to give you an edge.
I recommend you speak to you agent about how the trigger can be verified to put your mind at ease.