Goodbye Baltic Avenue: Monopoly Makeover Real estate analysts say 2006 might be not be a seller's market. But thanks to a new edition of Monopoly, out in stores Thursday, would-be capitalists can gobble up red-hot properties just like the boom days of '04.
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Goodbye Baltic Avenue: Monopoly Makeover

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Goodbye Baltic Avenue: Monopoly Makeover

Goodbye Baltic Avenue: Monopoly Makeover

Goodbye Baltic Avenue: Monopoly Makeover

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Real estate analysts say 2006 might be not be a seller's market. But thanks to a new edition of Monopoly, out in stores Thursday, would-be capitalists can gobble up red-hot properties just like the boom days of '04.

Guest:

Phil Orbanes author of the forthcoming book, Monopoly: The World's Most Famous Game and How it Got That Way; former Parker Brothers executive