Meet ‘Marriage or Mortgage’ same-sex couple who chose to wed!!

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A to-be couple plans a lot about their future together, from wedding to buying a new house together, and many other big and small decisions of their life. Netflix has introduced a new show ‘Marriage or Mortgage’ in which ten couples are made to choose between the two options. This show has received mixed reviews from the audience after its trailer launch.

On an episode titled ‘A Second Chance,’ a same-sex couple Cindy and Karla both in their 50s appeared. They explored their love after suffering various failures in past relationships. They got engaged two months before they got into the show. They chose wedding over saving money to buy a house in the future, to find out why continue reading.

Who are Cindy Andrews-Looper and Karla Hudgens in Netflix’s new show?

They are true southerners and much in love with each other. They aren’t shy to show their love and celebrate their togetherness. Karla was a medical imaging technician and Cindy, a pastor at an LGBTQ church in Nashville. Both of them came closer when Karla’s ex-wife, Cynthia cheated on her. Cindy used to keep a check on Karla, and the rest is history.  

Cindy and Karla’s budget for a house and wedding is $300,000 and the money required for the house is alone $320,000. At present, the couple is living in Karla’s old house where she used to live with her ex-life. Their requirements from their house are very personalized. They need a big kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in their future home.

They said with emphasis that we were not lesbians. For their wedding, the most important thing for them is the venue. They want a big and spacious space so that they can celebrate their happiness with their whole community. Green in the exterior place with a lot of flowers in the interior is their décor plan.

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Why did they choose the wedding over the home?

Real estate agent Nichole Holmes and wedding planner Sarah Miller showed them several homes as well as wedding venues. They thought and decided that a wedding is more preferable to a house. Wedding planner Sarah arranged their wedding venue according to their requirements for $30,350, which is a fair price. They got married on October 17, 2020, and continued their life with their dogs.

We wish them all good luck on their new journey. Stay tuned with us and follow the space.

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