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House Flipper/Garden Flipper Achievement Guide

It's time to earn some achievements.
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Simulation games have had quite a renaissance over the past years. Taking advantage of their creative talents and the growing trend, the development team Empyrean created House Flippers. The home renovation simulator has seen grand success ever since its release last year.

Now Empyrean has returned with an exciting new expansion for the game titled Garden Flipper. With this new downloadable content has come a string of new achievements. To that end, we have concocted a detailed guide to help all of the achievement hunters out there.

Guide to Success

If you want to earn every achievement in House Flipper, you are going to need time and patience on your side. That being said, none of the achievements are particularly difficult to earn if you know what to look for.

All in all, there are 38 achievements in House Flipper if you have downloaded the Apocalypse and new Garden Flipper DLC. To earn every achievement in both the main game and the new expansion should take roughly 20 hours to complete. To that end, let’s get started.

House Flipper and Apocalypse DLC Achievements

In the main game of House Flipper, plus the Apocalypse DLC, there are 26 achievements in total you will have to earn. If you want to nab each and every one of them, check out the information below.

1. First money

“Finish first order.”

This one is pretty self-explanatory. You only need to finish your finish order.

2. Perfectionist

“Fully complete every order.”

While you need to complete every order, you do not have to complete each order on your first try. You can always redo an order if necessary.

3. Do it ASAP

“Complete order below 1 min.”

If you want to earn this achievement, you will need to build into some skills and gain some perks to improve your speed first. When you are ready, try the “Cleaning the Garage” order. It should be one of the first orders made available to you.

If you start the order by cleaning the windows, then you will save yourself a significant amount of time.

4. Junior Estate Agent

“Sell 10 houses.”

When it comes to selling houses, remember that you can sell the houses in the same states you found them in. There is no need to renovate them for this achievement. If you want to speed up the process a little more, you can press “Esc” during a sale to speed up the procedure.

5. Estate Agent

“Sell 20 houses.”

When it comes to selling houses, remember that you can sell the houses in the same states you found them in. There is no need to renovate them for this achievement. If you want to speed up the process a little more, you can press “Esc” during a sale to speed up the procedure.

6. Senior Estate Agent

“Sell 50 houses.”

When it comes to selling houses, remember that you can sell the houses in the same states you found them in. There is no need to renovate them for this achievement. If you want to speed up the process a little more, you can press “Esc” during a sale to speed up the procedure.

7. Negotiator

“Negotiate for at least 50, 000 euro and win.”

In order to earn this achievement, you will first want to get the Price Negotiator perk. The “Alone Home” house is an easy target for this achievement. Depending on your skill levels, the amount of work you will have to put in will differ.

For some, simply cleaning the house is enough to raise the asking price by €50,000. For others, cleaning the house and adding in some high quality furniture does the trick.

8. Alpha Male

“What happens in the caves stays in the cave.”

Sell a house to Rafael Erko. An easy way to earn this achievement is to sell the “Home Admin-Legends” house to Erko.

9. Worth Every Penny

“Mind over matter. Money over all.”

Sell a house to Dolan Trusk. An easy way to earn this achievement is to sell the “House that is hiding something.” Remover the secret within the house before selling it.

10. I’m Belieber

“Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life.”

Sell a house to Gorgio Shanua. An easy way to earn this achievement is to sell the “Burned House.” Clean the house, sell most of the furniture, remove the kitchen, buy a double bed and a 2x linen closet. After that, you should be able to sell the home to Shanua.

11. Nerd

“I’m not a nerd. I’m just smarter than you.”

Sell a house to Chang Choi. An easy way to earn this achievement is to sell the “Abandoned House.” Clean the house and remove any trash. Then, remove some of the inner walls so that you can create a more open floor plan. Lastly, decorate a children’s bedroom.

12. Artistic soul

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

Sell a house to Veronica Lipston. An easy way to get this achievement is to sell the “Variable Woman’s House.” You will not have to clean the house. Simply fill the rooms with paintings and pictures.

13. Mystery

“Bra off, party on!”

Sell a house to Jimmy Traitor. An easy way to get this achievement is to sell the “Home Admin-Legends.” Simply add in a coffee table and turn the kitchen into a personal theater.

14. Wall Street Shark

“It’s business. Leave your emotions at the door.”

Sell a house to Jack Tarinton. An easy way to earn this achievement is to sell the “Huckster’s House.” Make sure there are two bedrooms, two couches, no expensive furniture and make sure everything is clean.

15. Family man

“Family isn’t just an important thing, it’s everything.”

Sell a house to the Jonson family. An easy way to earn this achievement is to sell the “Unsatisfying effect” house. You will not have to do much. Simply make sure there is either a bed or couch in every room. There should be at least six different sleeping areas in total.

16. Just Enough

“Live your life and forget the age.”

Sell a house to the Jantart family. An easy way to get this achievement is to sell the “Camping bungalow” home. Clean the house and install some heaters. Next, replace all of the furniture with classic wooden furniture.

17. Pro-creative

“You know when you are in love you can’t fall asleep.. It’s because of… your always noisy child!”

Sell a house to the Smoth family. An easy way to get this achievement is to sell the “Just married house.” You will not need to do anything before selling this home.

18. The Tactical Prepper

“Always be prepared for the unknown.”

Sell a house to Lonewolf37. An easy way to get this achievement is to sell the “Garage with bunker.” You can sell the house without any prep-work.

19. Doomsday Prepper

“Better to prep 10 years too early than 10 minutes too late!”

Sell a house to Maria Kolkowsky. An easy way to earn this achievement is to sell the “Old house with bunker.” You will only have to enter minor negotiations to sell this home. There is no prep-work necessary.

20. The Survivalist

“Remember: when disaster strikes, the time to prepare has passed.”

Sell a house to Ted Arrown. An easy way to get this achievement is to sell the “Garage with bunker.” All you will need to do is install two turbine power generators and two bunk beds.

21. Knock, knock

“I am the one who knocks.”

Buy the “Huckster’s House” and then knock on the front door with your hammer.

22. You do it wrong

“Kill a cockroach with a hammer.”

This one is pretty self-explanatory. You only need to hit a cockroach with a hammer.

23. Car Mechanic

“You’ll need a car mechanic.”

Buy either “Home and car,” Garage with bunker” or “Pink Kingdom.” Each these homes come with cars. Strike one of the cars with your hammer.

24. Strongman

“Do you even lift?”

Once again, you need to buy either “Home and car,” Garage with bunker” or “Pink Kingdom.” Next, try to lift up one of the cars.

25. Millionaire

“Earn the first million euro.”

In order to earn this large sum of money, purchased the “House that is hiding something.” Break down the wall next to the junction box. Loot and sell everything within the secret room. Repeat this process until you have made your money.

26. Game Over

“Finish the game.”

In order to finish the game, you will have to sell every house at least a single time.

Garden Flipper DLC Achievements

The latest expansion to be added to House Flipper is the highly anticipated Garden Flipper. There are 12 achievements in total attached to this new piece of DLC. To that end, let’s get started.

27. Give it some fresh air

“Do not forget to take it before it starts raining.”

Bring your laptop out to the garden. Then, press “E” to use the computer.

28. Beginner gardener

“It’s time to expand my skills.”

Complete the green mail mission from Eveline Hawes. This is the first mission tied to the Garden Flipper DLC.

29. Competitor

“LOOK AT MY GARDEN, MY GARDEN IS AMAZING!”

Enter the garden contest by selling the connected house and clicking on the “Submit garden for contest” option.

30. Perfect Layout

“Feel Shi… Fence Shi… Well, I tried.”

Get five stars in the “Layout” category for one of the garden contests. You can win the contest effortlessly if you buy the house “Garden after house construction” and immediately enter it within the contest.

31. According to the rules

“Blue flower, red thorns.”

Get five stars within the “Plant section” category of a garden contest.

32. Fully equipped

“Didn’t you forget about a few flowers between this sofa and carousel?”

You will need five stars in the “Equipment” category of a garden contest for this achievement.

33. Call me Edward

“You can’t hide from my mover.”

Use the new tools awarded to you from the Garden Flipper DLC.

34. Gardener

“I feel this gardener aura inside of me.”

Achieve all of the newly added skill points.

35. Vegan

“Tell the meatatarians my last word is… Carrot…”

Plant over 50 carrots.

36. Let’s swim!

“Water time!”

Players are having mixed results with this achievement at the moment. Consequently, you may have to do some experimenting. Try buying all of the ponds and then fill them each with water. Next, stand in one of the ponds as it fills with water. Also, try standing in a fully filled pond.

37. Whac-A-Mole

“It’s time for you, Mr. Mole.”

Remove one of the molehills present on one of the new DLC maps.

38. Don Quixote

“Is the hammer even real?”

Install a “Wooden Pedro Windmill.” Then, strike the sculpture with your hammer.

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Hunter Boyce is a writer, which probably seems pretty obvious with "author" prominently displayed. He mostly writes about video games. However, he was previously a mixed martial arts news writer. When not writing about people pelting each other in the face or about leveling up in the latest RPG, he tends to spend his time as a web producer in Atlanta. You can shout all of your MMA and video game related quandaries at him at @SomthinClever on Twitter. Feel free to make your demands to him in ALL CAPS. He loves that.