How to move houses in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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When you get deep into the island customization of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you may run into a problem. The locations that you sold houses on your island may not be where you want them. If you used the land and water tools to alter thins, you may want to move a house or two. Placing houses is very easy in ACNH, and the process for moving houses is also pretty painless. Use this guide to learn how to move houses in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

How to move houses in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

When you want to move a house to a new spot on the island you need to follow these steps. With the start, you need to have a house placed down and have the building completed. You need a house to move first, obviously. When there’s a house ready to be moved. You need to head to Resident Services. You have to have the Services building upgraded and talk to Tom Nook. He will  present a bunch of different options to you, you need to pick the one that works for you.

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When you talk to him, ask about the following options to move a house:

  1. Let’s talk infrastructure
  2. I want layout changes
  3. Let’s talk relocation

If you want to move your own house, you can use “About my house” as well. To move your own house, you need to pay 30,000 Bells. Using the options above, you can move neighbors, the shops and the museum within your island. When you do those options, it will instead cost 50,000 Bells. When you have your bells, you can easily handle all this stuff pretty easily.

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