How to Move Vacation Homes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise

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In Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise, you will be designing a lot of vacation homes and several other facilities in select locations on the archipelago, but it’s not like these homes will be stuck in the location they are built upon forever, as the game allows players to move these vacation homes in another location on the archipelago.

Here’s how to move villagers’ vacation homes at your leisure and what you get for doing so.

How to Move Vacation Homes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise

The ability to move vacation homes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise is unlocked quite early in the expansion, after designing only two vacation homes.

Once you are done with your second vacation home, you will have to take a photo of Eloise’s vacation home using your Camera app. Right after taking the photo, which will be uploaded automatically to the Happy Home Network, you will be able to finish designing Eloise’s home. Once you are done, talk with her to complete the job.

After completing Eloise’s vacation home, you will have unlocked the ability to move vacation homes. To do so, talk with Lottie at the Paradise Planning office, choose to go to work, talk with Niko to visit any home you have already designed (or use the Happy Home Network), and talk with the villager about moving. At this point, you will be able to pick a new location where to move the house, receiving Poki after the moving has been completed.

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