Depends on the property. It says on the property card.
check on the property card
It's on the property card
A Monopoly property card lists the mortgage value for the property (one half of the board purchase price). The card also provides the price for houses added, and what the rent is for opponents, either with no development, with one to four houses, or with a hotel. It also states the double rent rule, which only applies to undeveloped properties that are part of a monopoly -- the base rent is doubled, but not once a property has any houses or hotels.
Mayfair is the most expensive property in British Monopoly.
Mayfair is the most expensive property in the London version of Monopoly.
The property of Bond Street is green in the game of monopoly.
The most expensive property on the UK Edition of Monopoly is Mayfair, costing £400
I have no idea why you would want to know this but the monopoly deal game cards are the same size as a normal deck of cards so if you don't have the monopoly card game just use a normal deck of cards it's the same dimensions
The light blue property's
Yes you can trade properties in a game of Monopoly.
It depends on which version of monopoly that you are playing. If it is the original game, then the most expensive property is Boardwalk.
Fleet Street is usually a red property on the U.K. version of a Monopoly game board.
Monopoly is a popular board game, a property trading game that allows you and your family to go buy, and sell property, and have a blast.
once it is your turn than you are able to unmortgage your property the price for your mortgage house will be on the back of the card and if there are any other problems just read the instruct book.
Boardwalk is the highest property and it is $400 in the original United States Monopoly.
The first property after Go is Mediterranean Avenue.
When you have a monopoly, you are allowed to add houses and hotels to your property increasing the rental amount when someone lands on it.
That's easy Old Kent Road in British Monopoly.