It is the board game which has provided endless hours of family fun and which can also take responsibility for many a friendly family feud.
Yes, Monopoly is often the first board game that springs to mind at a family gathering and love it or hate it, you have to agree it is a classic.
But dating back to 1935, when it was first published, some of the prices are certainly not what we would expect to see on the current London property market.
Taking rental prices from Zoopla, correct as of February 24 2017, London Fox lettings have put together a version of what the Monopoly board would look like if it reflected current London living costs and property prices.
A notable difference includes a property in Mayfair.
In reality a one-bed flat costs around £650 per week to rent or £2,546,363 to buy, in comparison to Monopoly world where you can purchase a house for just £400, making it a whopping £2,545,963 cheaper.
We challenge you to find anywhere in London where a month's rent is a mere £400!
For slightly cheaper, you can rent a one-bed flat on Pentonville Road for £375 per week, or buy one for £860,441, which works out at £860,321 more than the Monopoly board price of just £120.
The modern Monopoly board has a "Pass Go" salary of £27,531, which is based on the average London salary.
Income tax, which is based on the average London salary at a 20% tax rate, is £5,506.
Household bills such as electricity are calculated based on average UK electricity bills and are priced at £22.25 per week.
It looks like we may have to continue dreaming of Monopoly money and Monopoly prices!
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