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Guide: How to Expand Your Grand Theft Auto V Property Portfolio for Free

Posted by Push Square Staff

Who said buying a house was hard?

While it may be tough to earn some serious paper through traditional criminal methods in Grand Theft Auto V, this property portfolio enhancing exploit is well worth your time. As detailed in the step-by-step video below, you can buy up much of Los Santos’ real estate without opening your wallet – and you don’t even have to risk a stretch in the slammer to do so.

All you need to do is locate your property of choice, purchase it, and then quickly replay a mission – preferably a short one – from the ‘Game’ tab in the options menu. Once you’ve completed the sequence, you’ll be loaded back into the game exactly where you were, with a full wallet, and a brand new set of house keys. Pretty neat, huh?

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User Comments (12)



Scollurio said:

While it is a great tip I still wonder why anyone would want to do it?! I rather play the game as it's meant to be played and enjoy the "value" I get for my invested playtime. It's like those people popping in all the cheats, trying out everything and then when you ask them how they liked GTA V it's "Meh, stopped playing it after a few hours". Hmpf.

But hey that's just me.
I think if there were cheats to unlock all of the movies in the Last Of Us people would still use it and spoilt everything to themselves.



Epic said:

I prefer to get the money the old way, still thanks for sharing.



Bliquid said:

Tempting (200 millions for the golf club!), but as the others, i'll pass.
i don't see the fun in cheating in GTA V.



Savino said:

Thanks, but no thanks!!!
I will work my way around...errr... Honestly!



Batman said:

It's really quite encouraging to see so many people uninterested in cheating. Push Square clearly has the mature audience most sites would kill for!



Munkyknuts said:

I'd not do this....don't see the point of having something via a cheat/glitch. It took no effort to earn it and it takes the sense of achievement away. I'll continue with my exploits on the stock market to get the things I need. It is odd that it's so hard to earn a dishonest days pay in the game. I expected planning heists to be a much bigger element of the gameplay. Knocking off security vans and drug stores is more small time hood than gangster crime lord.



RawShark said:

You don't get ahead in life by using a cheap exploit. You get ahead through countless lost hours of senseless grinding.

It's the way things should be, both in real life and GTA.



Tasuki said:

I have yet to check out the properties in this game, I just got them the other day but I just haven't had the chance to play around with them yet. I blame tennis among other things.



charlesnarles said:

@RawShark I feel like you DO get ahead in life by exploiting things. Lucky from KotH slipped on some pee-pee at the MegaLowMart and got a settlement because of the sheer volume of otherwise incapable Midwestern/Southern yokels who borderline cheat the system and never have to work. Now, if you could file suit against NPCs or at least threaten to, then it'd be perfect, but I guess cheaters just gotta cheat any way they're permitted to by the game's parameters.



Sutorcen said:

The best way to get money is to invest in the companies mentioned the Assasination Missions. Easy money. Just don't spent your money from the first heist and invest them.

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