I would like to see the housing system changed so that it benefits those who pay, continueously. I would like to see an incentive given to those who remain active. I think systems should be set up so that you can earn extra over the course of time. They should reset all housing. When you pay for 1 month you should have 1 house and 1 boat that will auto refresh. If you stop paying the house should go into decay. On the house sign there could be a new button that checks if you have refreshed your house every 7 days. If the house stays refreshed for 1 month then it will add 1 month that the house will stand when the account goes inactive. The boat must also be refreshed to earn the bonus. After an account reaches 3 months and has been refreshed for that 3 months, the account will be able to go inactive for 3 months before the timer will begin it. With this incentive, if a player refreshes his house for 1 year he could have up to 1 year to be inactive but if the player fails to refresh manually, the time earned will begin to decay. Also, the boat will remain intact if the account goes inactive and will stay standing depending on how well kept or maintained it was. So, the incentive is, to pay for the account monthly, refresh your house and boat weekly so that you can build up enough time to protect your house and boat if for some reason you can no longer pay for a period of time. Everything else would stay the same, like it is now if you're paying then the house will stay standing no matter what. This would just simply be an incentive. I would like to see the timer of 3 months removed to stop people from placing houses and then going inactive for 3 months. If the player had to maintain their houses to earn time then newly placed houses could decay as soon as an account went inactive. Veteran players could maintain an account for 1 year and then take 1 year off if they had refreshed the boat and house, so the system would balance out and give people an incentive to play.