Zillow Reveals Real-Market Prices for Popular TV Homes

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The folks at Zillow had a little fun recently and determined how much it would cost the stars of “Full House” and “Friends” to inhabit their iconic TV homes in a real-life market.

Zillow determined that the Tanners’ home on “Full House” would go for about $2.9 million on today’s market and that – with a 30-year fixed mortgage, 20 percent down and a 4.1 percent interest rate – their monthly payment on the home would be a staggering $14,000.

Monica and Rachel’s apartment on “Friends,” meanwhile, would likely rent for $5,100 per month in New York City’s West Village neighborhood.

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