Houses you own in Forza Horizon 5 are incredibly valuable. This is because player houses can unlock perks which will significantly affect your experience with the game. While they function as fast travel points across Mexico, player houses also provide a haven for you to customize your character and vehicle. You would definitely want to unlock as many of them as you can.
Forza Horizon 5 – How to Unlock All Houses
If you wish to unlock houses in Forza Horizon 5 then you need to complete expeditions. The first house you get is free and given to you during your time playing Forza Horizon 5’s main campaign. The other player houses however are unlocked by doing expedition missions and you have to purchase them with in-game currency.
Expeditions are essentially story quests that function as the introductions for every adventure. During expeditions, you’ll be tasked with a set of objectives which will lead up to a new Horizon outpost upon completion.
At the end of each expedition a location of a player house will be revealed to you. What house you unlock will depend on which expedition you completed. If you’re aiming to unlock all houses then it should take you a little over a few hours. There are six houses in total you can buy, seven if you include the free one you get early in the game.
Forza Horizon 5 Houses: All Locations, Costs and Perks
Each house in Forza Horizon 5 has its own price tag. They can be a little bit on the expensive side, but they often come with a perk that you want to get. Check out this list and decide which one is for you.
Buena Esperanza is a villa in the southeast of Mexico. If you’re early in the game, this isn’t worth investing in. Buena Esperanza offers no Active Perks. If you’re only interested in it for a fast travel option to a nearby location, it might be worth buying but bear in mind that it lacks an active perk that would make it a genuinely useful investment early in the game.
Cost: 700,000 credits
Active Perk: None
Arguably the best player house to buy if you can afford it. The perk it offers allows you to fast travel to any road on the map. If you’re not one who often takes the scenic route, then this little beach house in the west coast of Mexico is a worth it investment.
Cost: 2,000,000 credits
Active Perk: Fast Travel
This is the first home you’ll have in Forza Horizon 5 and it’s free early on in the game. A small but modest villa which will be your first player house to fast travel or access your garage in.
Active Perk: Skill Songs
The most expensive house in the game comes with a serious perk. Hotel Castillo is a castle on the top of the map that grants you the ability to get a daily wheelspin. Daily wheelspins offer you credits and cars so you’ll definitely soon get a return on your investment.
Cost: 5,000,000 credits
Active Perk: Daily Wheelspin
This player house sadly doesn’t come with any perks, but it is the cheapest you can buy. Not much reason to get it unless you’re getting it for fast travel.
Active Perk: None
La Casa Solariega
If you love #Forzathon and invest a lot of time in it, then you’re going to want La Casa Solariega despite its hefty price. Any event you enter will give you double the points you’d normally acquire.
Active Perk: #Forzathon Points Boost
Located on the east coast of the map, Lugar Tranquilo comes with the humble perk of allowing you to photograph the cars you have in your collection. This may seem like a perk that isn’t worth your while, but you’d be surprised as this affects your accolades progression.
Active Perk: Horizon Promo
These houses no doubt cost quite a pretty penny for you to acquire. If you’re looking for quick ways to get the credits to buy them, then click here for our guide on making fast money.
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