I recently was playing "Elder Scrolls: Skyrim" on my XBox360. I purchased a house in Winterhold and I purchased all but one improvement and then went off to raise some cash coming back from some serious gameplay success I could not purchase the last upgrade as the character kept telling me there was nothing more to buy. I saved and quit.
Is there anything I can do to recover the ability to upgrade without reloading from an earlier autosave?
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I seem to be missing something about how the house upgrading system works. I seem to have fulfilled all the obvious requirements: both population classes' needs are fulfilled to 100%, both classes... this problem with) for them to upgrade. Yet they won't upgrade. Pictured: the particular situation that keeps me stuck in the campaign, appalling lack of SCIENCE and PROGRESS. So what are the general requirements for a house to become eligible for an upgrade, regardless of faction? Are there any additional faction-specific requirements?
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