I didn't say you wouldn't be house broken, but you certainly could afford the payments. Like I said when I worked as a pizza driver for over two years I consistently averaged 15 an hour over a two year period and that was when gas was 4 dollars a gallon. People seriously sleep on the service industry but keep snoozing.
Bruh the whole point is to NOT be house broke...You got it wrong my dude.
And I know all about the "Service Industry"...Im a tattoo artist ( for my 2nd gig )and my pay k!llS a pizza delivery drivers ( $80 an hour), I sell sheets of flash and pictures in art shows and most artists still don't stay in 200,000 homes...and that is for a reason. (Well my my crib is damn near 200 but my first job is in the US Navy..and im a 1st Class so I make over 60 a year ) Not to mention if you have kids or a girlfriend your now no longer house broken...your in debt struggling because you can't keep up your payments and your going to lose your crib...Just like Scrappy and Diamond.
House broken = bad always