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Earlier this year economists came to the sad, somehow not-at-all-shocking conclusion that The Simpsons’ depiction of an average, single-income suburban life populated by celebrity guest cameos and annual, non-canonical Halloween vignettes was essentially a damn pipe dream nowadays. Sure, maybe you could get by on a nuclear plant safety inspector’s salary in a rental apartment right now, but it’s hard to see how one could easily afford a once-humble abode like 742 Evergreen Terrace.

To drive the point further home (no pun intended), a group of real estate agents appraised what could be gleaned from numerous showings of the iconic pink house over the years, and found that Homer and Marge could net a healthy profit, were they to put their place on the market today: $449,900, to be more exact.