|With 1 House||$30.|
|With 2 Houses||$90.|
|With 3 Houses||$270.|
|With 4 Houses||$400.|
|With HOTEL $550|
Mortgage Value $50.
Houses cost $50. each
Hotels, $50. plus 4 houses
If a player owns ALL the lots of any Color-Group, the rent is Doubled on Unimproved Lots in that group.
Oriental Avenue is the first of the Light Blue properties. Ahead of Reading Railroad and behind Vermont Avenue, it has a moderately high chance of being landed on and it generally a good deal for those who with to buy it. It's British counterpart is The Angel Islington.
- Rent: $6
- Monopoly: $12
- 1 House: $30
- 2 Houses: $90
- 3 Houses: $270
- 4 Houses: $400
- 1 Hotel: $550
- Printed Price: $100
- Mortgage Value: $50
- Building Costs: $50 each
In The Mega Edition, Skyscraper rent is $1050.
|1 Turquoise owned||1M|
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"Oriental Avenue is a good property in a good set. In the begining of the game most people land land on it or the rest of the Light Blue Properties."
"There's two cards that'll take you to GO, as well as "Advance to Boardwalk" so the blue set's quite commonly landed on. As it's cheap to develop, it's really worth getting it early on".
"When combined with hotels on Browns & all 4 Railroads, hotels on this Monopoly can quickly wipe out another player's wealth. Controlling the bottom of the board accomplishes the following:
• Prevent players from stockpiling money as a result of passing Go
• Restrict the bottom's only safe spaces to Community Chest and Chance
• Force multiple mortgages/property sales just to pay rent"
Oriental is more cost-effective than the brown properties, and can be even more instrumental in causing a housing shortage.
Oriental has the second-highest ROI (return on investment) in the game with a hotel, tied with Vermont Avenue. You receive $550 with the hotel and you pay $350 to build it up ($100 to purchase it initially and $250 worth of improvements). That's a $200 profit and a 157% ROI.