How Much a Pineapple Under the Sea Costs [Infographic]


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David Cross has an interesting pastime: He calculates the price of fictional real estate. If you’ve ever wondered how a sentient sponge who works as a fry cook can afford to own the spacious pineapple he shares with his pet snail at 124 Conch Street, Bikini Bottom, then wonder no more:

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This infographic is nice, but there’s a lot more happening here. Check out Cross’ post on Movoto Real Estate for the full rundown.

[via unique daily]





One Response to How Much a Pineapple Under the Sea Costs [Infographic]

  1. That’s a 30-year fixed mortgage, which would NOT be available to anyone making $12K a year. And he would never save enough for a 20% down payment. My mortgage was for a slightly lesser amount, with twice the payment, and will be paid off in ten years. Now, SpongeBob will pay way more in interest in 30 years than I will in ten. That’s a crime for someone in his income bracket.

    If he got, say, a $61K mortgage, by the time he paid it off in 2043, he will have paid $43,840.40 in interest alone.

    Someone bringing in that kind of money should look for a $20,000 house, which is possible in some places. But you won’t hear that advice from a real-estate blog.