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In the game of Monopoly, the winning objective is to bankrupt all opponents. Properties are necessary to achieve this goal. Properties may be bought in one of 3 ways: landing on the property space and buying it, being the highest bidder in an auction for property, or buy it from an opponent in a trade. Properties may also be received from bankrupted players, provided the Bank didn't bankrupt them.

When a player buys or otherwise gains possession of a property, he or she receives the property's corresponding title deed, which lists all relevant information on the property.

When a player owns all the properties in a color group (or 2/3 to 3/4 in the mega version), she or he is said to have a monopoly, which allows the player to charge double rent or build it up with Houses and Hotels.

The properties in Monopoly standard editions are named after streets in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and though a few are no longer around, many still exist, and are just as famous in the town as they are in the game.

Property costs and rents escalate as the player rounds the board. Properties range anywhere from $60 to $400, while rents can range from $2 to $2000! For more information, see each individual property by selecting its name below:

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