CityVille Holiday Hills Neighborhood: Store homes until next winter
As we've come to understand (through unfortunate experience), these "winter" residences usually don't actually store all holiday residences, but you'll be able to see how many eligible homes you own before ever purchasing it. For instance, I still have four winter residences outside of storage, so I'm told that I could store those four and still have 11 storage spaces left over.
Of course, the process for building and filling this neighborhood is as you'd expect: You'll need to ask your friends to send you building materials, and then ask them again to fill out staff slots within the neighborhood to actually unlock storage for individual homes, and will see the neighborhood change visually to reflect the additional homes that have been put inside.
Is this neighborhood really worth it? Unless you purchased a slew of holiday homes last month, I wouldn't really say that it is. You can continue to purchase homes with the hope that they'll qualify as being "storable" inside the neighborhood, but even then it's a bit risky. Of course, the final purchase decision will be up to you, but I wouldn't blame you if you skipped this one entirely.
Will you purchase the Holiday Hills neighborhood in CityVille? Why or why not? Sound off in the comments.