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Naruto's apartment is both fictional and affordable

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The real estate brokerage Movoto likes to pass the time by creating listings for fictional properties, as well as estimating their value. Their newest spotlight is on Naruto apartment in the Hidden Leaf Village, which is pretty damned nice for a young, outcast ninja with no obvious income.

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Here's the listing in total:

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Three things: 1) I have to assume the price of the apartment is so low because of the Hidden Leaf Village's tendency to be attacked by evil ninjas and/or giant tailed-beasts determined to destroy it. 2) Is a "kitchen/dining area" really an amenity? I mean, really? 2) I know Rock Lee is unable to use ninjutsu or genjutsu, but forcing him to become a real estate agent seems rather harsh to me.

[Via Rocket News 24]

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This is a bit off topic, but I've always found it odd that a kid lived alone like that. Like, did he not have foster parents? I know I know, the entire village hated him (for something he had no control over) but his dad was their Hokage (...spoilers?), who sacrificed himself to save everyone.
It's like, I imagine it'd make more sense to treat his kid better. If not for a CHILDs' sake (I mean, isn't it village wide emotional abuse?) then for the memory of your leader.
But then Naruto wouldn't have anything to angst over.