Forza Horizon 5 House Locations: Full List

We've compiled a full list of all the house and/or home properties players can unlock in Forza Horizon 5.
We've compiled a full list of all the house and/or home properties players can unlock in Forza Horizon 5. / Playground Games, Xbox Game Studios

We've compiled a full list of all the house and/or home properties players can unlock in Forza Horizon 5.

Even the most ardent roadsters need a place to rest their wheels every once in a while. Fortunately, Forza Horizon 5 has them covered. The game offers a variety of places players can call home--with beautiful views, impressive locations, and some useful perks to give homeowners a edge.

Here's all the home properties players can purchase in Forza Horizon 5.

Forza Horizon 5 House Locations

There are seven home properties in total within Forza Horizon 5. They can be unlocked as the player progresses through the game and are typically bought with credits. Each one may contain a special perk or a few bonuses that can be redeemed once purchased.

These properties are:

  • Casa Bella
  • La Cabana
  • Lugar Tranquilo
  • Buena Esperanza
  • La Casa Solariega
  • Buenas Vistas
  • Hotel Castillo

Casa Bella is the first property the player can get in-game and is rewarded within the campaign, itself. It is located in Mulege within Baja California and, once owned, will unlock Skill Songs. The surrounding area is where a majority of the early races take place which makes this an ideal place to rest between matches.

La Cabana will run the player 150,000 credits and it is located on the shore of Dunas Blancas beach. Unfortunately, it doesn't offer any rewards for purchasing.

Lugar Traquilo normally costs 700,000 credits, but those who purchased the VIP DLC will get it for free. Located near Rivera Maya, players who purchase this home have the unique opportunity to earn Accolades by taking a picture of their vehicle on the site.

Buena Esperanza also bears a 700,000 credit price tag but, unlike Lugar Tranquilo, there are no extra perks upon purchase. It does sit within the heart of Ek Balam—surrounded by the dense rainforests of Mexico—making it a secluded place to spend some time away.

La Casa Solariega also comes free with the Forza VIP DLC. Unfortunately, everyone else will have to pay 1,500,000 credits. While its location near Teotihuacan, an ancient archeological goldmine dating back to the time of the Aztecs, is awe-inspiring in and of itself, its special perk is among the best in the game. Those who claim La Casa Solariega will earn double the Forzathon points from the time of its purchase onward.

Buenas Vistas will run players 2,000,000 credits—but it does offer one of the most useful gameplay quality of life bonuses in Forza Horizon 5. Sitting due west of De Otro Mundo, Buenas Vistas will allow any player that owns it to travel to any road on the map. This is ideal for players who have a penchant for fast travel.

Hotel Castillo is the most expensive property in-game with a price tag of 5,000,000 credits. It sits in Tierra Prospera and those willing to take the plunge into their savings will earn a free wheelspin every day.

Forza Horizon 5 is available on PC and Xbox One/Series S|X.