Nobody thinks like this. Imagine you bought a house that you got screwed over on. You paid too much for it.
You thought it was going to be a great deal, but there were some plumbing and electrical issues, and it was just a mess. Maybe you overvalued it. Who knows. But you already bought it and have a huge mortgage you are forced to pay every month. Plus property taxes.
What are you going to do?
You still have to pay the mortgage every month because lets assume you can't bail and not pay. So there are no foreclosures. Since it's so overvalued and overpriced, you can't sell it. Unless you sell it at a loss plus give the new owner a ton of cash and another property to take it off your hand. So You continue to pay the mortgage every month. Will you just give it away because hey, it's not what you thought? So somebody else is living in the house you are paying for ? I doubt you would ever do that.
Except Woody's house comes with a money tree and it's worth a billion dollars give or take. Problem is he needs a new grounds keeper to maintain that value. The last one it turns out only knew how to weed wack, couldn't do any of the other requirements and wasn't even very good with that. The problem with getting a new guy in to take care of things is the old guy left his mutt there and nobody wants to deal with him sh*tting and barking all ****ing day, but Woody doesn't want to pay the 100$ to put him down, or see if somebody else will take him.
Edited by SayNoToDMC, 04 January 2013 - 03:20 PM.