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I think you should be multiplying by 20, not 2,000.
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I assumed the buying a property for a few hundred bucks yes real estate purchases went from 3 figures to 6 figures today that’s a 1000 multiple

The landing on a property I assume that hence must be a 12-month lease or else it would not make sense that it costs $2,900 in the game to buy boardwalk and park place and put hotels on it

And then one person stays 1 night on board walk and owes almost all that it costs to build all that? That has to at least mean it’s a longer term rental than 1 night
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Pro tip: buying a hotel did not cost $500 in the 30's.
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